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Welcome to the DiscipleMakers Systems Blog!

Posted by Tom Hallman at Nov 20, 2008 05:15 PM |

Welcome to the DiscipleMakers Systems Blog!

The Systems Department families

Do you love equipping people with the right tools to do their jobs excellently?  Do you get excited about creatively joining together ideas and technologies to help advance God's Kingdom? 

You're in the right place. 

Welcome to the DiscipleMakers Systems Department blog!  We're excited to be starting this new venture, and we're glad you're here to find out more.

DiscipleMakers is a growing, Pennsylvania-based college campus ministry, and the Systems Department (or "Systems" for short) is responsible for utilizing technology that enables DM to more effectively make disciples. 

So why are we starting a blog?

First, God is worthy of all praise (Psalm 150:6), and we see this blog as a great way to give Him glory for what He's doing through the DiscipleMakers Systems Department.

Second, we're a forgetful people that need to be reminded often what God has done, is doing, and will do in us and through us, all in accordance with His promises and faithfulness.  So, this blog will help us, as God's people, to remember what an amazing God we have!

Third, you might not be too clear as to how the seemingly-unrelated spiritual and technological endevours of a college campus ministry come together.  You wouldn't be alone!  We've talked to a number of people who are really passionate for the work we're doing, but previously they didn't even know that we existed!  So, we members of the DM Systems Department want to use this blog to paint a picture for you of how God is using us and our work to equip disciples to make disciples. 

So, whether you're already familiar with DiscipleMakers and the Systems Department or are just curious and want to hear more, we hope you'll find this blog interesting and encouraging.  Thanks for reading!

To get instant updates as we add new entries, we recommend using our RSS feed.  And please feel free to leave comments - we'd love to hear from you!

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