An indis-pensable resource for equipping leaders with a solid generational discipleship strategy
The DNA of D6 provides any church an opportunity to plan, strategize, evaluate, and refine their discipleship and, more specifically, their family ministry plan. D6 Conference Director Ron Hunter begins the book by sharing vital philosophy a leader must understand before moving on to strategy. He shares the timeless message of Deuteronomy 6 and the phi-losophy of generational discipleship. He also presents important principles on biblical worldview that will lead to implementation, along with insightful understanding of the one-eared Mickey Mouse, the senior pastor complex, and the unseen staff member.
This book is the ideal resource whether a ministry leader is just beginning in family ministry or has an established program needing refinement. Readers will be able to build on the foundation of a timeless philosophy to disciple the next generation.
This book will help the reader understand a timeless philosophy leading to a better plan of implementing a strategy for generational discipleship. Ron Hunter provides any church an opportunity to plan, strategize, evaluate, and refine their family ministry. Programs do not provide cultural changes, principles do. This book will walk the reader through important principles that will lead to implementation. The author shares from a wealth of experience and wants all ministry leaders to have a solid plan for generational discipleship. Chapters include: The Unseen Staff Member, 1/168 A Flawed Fraction or Ministry Multiplier, and The One-Eared Mickey Mouse.
Ron Hunter Jr. is the Executive Director and CEO of Randall House, the publisher of D6 Curriculum, and serves as the D6 Conference Director. He regularly speaks at various conferences and consults for both ministry and business organizations. Ron has written over 50 articles for various magazines. He co-authored Toy Box Leadership, and contributed to Youth Ministry in the 21st Century: 5 Views. He is a graduate of Welch College and earned his MPA from the University of Colorado. He is a PhD candidate working on his dissertation in the Gary Cook School of Leadership at Dallas Baptist University. He married his college sweetheart, Pamela, and they have two kids in college: Michael and Lauren