When Does Missions Mobilization Begin in the Life of a Disciple? Should we wait until the disciple is mature? Or can the new disciple begin to learn about and participate in the Great Commission from the first week of their journey with Jesus? To unpack this idea, we compare the activity of seed planting and grafting. In seed planting, you naturally get what is in the DNA of the seed, but in grafting, you have a must more difficult procedure that often does not work. Perhaps a missions mobilization best practice for every disciple maker is to intentionally impart understand of God’s love for all nations and EVERY disciple’s responsibility to “go and make disciples of all nations”

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