Resources by Curtis Sergeant:
Curtis Sergeant Dr. Curtis Sergeant served with the International Mission Board (IMB) as a pioneer church-planting missionary among an unreached people group in China. When the work began to produce rapidly multiplying churches and he was no longer needed there, Curtis transitioned to a ministry of training others to do the same sort of ministry. In that role, he intensively trained hundreds of people from a wide range of nations, denominations, and agencies, who have collectively catalyzed movements that have planted millions of house churches. He has served as the IMB’s vice president for global strategy and Saddleback Church’s director of church planting. Curtis currently operates MetaCamp, a disciple-making and missions training center located in Dadeville, Alabama. He also works in leadership with Zúme and 24:14. Curtis and his wife, Debie, have two grown and married children, Nathan and Megan.
Prayer for Protection from the “Spiritual” Versions of the Seven Deadly Sins *Editor’s Note: The following prayer from Curtis Sergeant, international disciple making movement leader, reminds us that sin can take up residence even in our spirituality. We need to bring our spiritual world into the light of Jesus’ presence and under the authority of his teachings. Lord, I realize that even though by Your grace I... Curtis Sergeant
We Need Mutual Accountability in Three Crucial Areas Christians need to cultivate mutual accountability in the areas of learning, doing, and sharing. International disciple maker Curtis Sergeant describes what this can look like. Accountability is often viewed as something unpleasant, especially in an employment context where it may involve discipline for subpar performance. But in a Christian context, holding one another accountable is... Curtis Sergeant
There Are Two Crosses in the Life of a Christian There are two crosses in the life of every true Christian: the cross on which Jesus suffered and died, and the cross on which we must suffer and die to self. Receiving Jesus is free; we need only to accept His free gift of eternal life. To do that, however, we must repent, turn from... Curtis Sergeant
Fruitfulness in God’s Kingdom Takes This Uncomfortable Step For a time, I worked as a berry farmer. I have some advice for you: If you are going to grow berries, do not start with blackberries. Growing them is extremely labor-intensive. You have to set up a trellis system with two wires and place a berry plant every six feet, next to a pole.... Curtis Sergeant
We Have Only One Life to Live Time is a precious gift to us, and it is constantly slipping away. So it is all-important that we invest our time well. St. Jerome was the translator of the Latin Vulgate, which served as the official Catholic Scriptures for more than 1,500 years and is widely considered to be the most important translation of... Curtis Sergeant
Introducing the Lifestyle of “Theopraxy” Do you struggle to balance all the commitments and responsibilities of your life? Are you constantly trying to juggle and multitask to meet life’s demands? What if there was only one thing you had to do well? Would that simplicity be desirable? Jesus apparently thought so, because He told us to live that way. He... Curtis Sergeant