An interview with Jimmy Seibert: The blocking and tackling of discipleship
This is the fourth in a four-part series about Jimmy Seibert, a college ministry legend who started a worldwide movement.
Anytime you can sit down with someone who has been a 30 year practitioner of the thing they are most passionate about, you would be stupid to miss that moment.
That’s why I took the time to interview pastor Jimmy Seibert of Antioch Community Church in Waco, Tx.
Those who know Jimmy all agree that he doesn’t want to just talk about stuff. He wants to be a doer of the Word and not merely a hearer.
As a recap, in my first video interview with pastor Jimmy Seibert, he talked about how the vision for a worldwide movement originated in an ordinary college student.
Next we heard the story of Jimmy’s hesitancy in accepting the role of college pastor and some key foundational stones that were laid in Antioch’s early days.
In my third sit down with Jimmy, he explained why and how he boldly and strategically weaves college ministry into the calendar and fabric of the local church he leads.
In our fourth and final installment, we’re going to dive headfirst into what it takes to make life-on-life discipleship a reality. I’m going to keep it simple and practical by asking two key questions:
- What do you do in a discipleship meeting?
- Do you actually allow your disciples to live with you?