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The Discipleship Square

The Discipleship Square is an easy, memorable way to describe the intentional work you’re doing with your intern and even to define what stage on a particular project or activity you are in or working toward.  This short video will describe the overall concept.  I would add a little to each step and one final step like this:

  1. I do.  You watch.  We talk.
  2. I do.  You help.  We talk.
  3. You do.  I help.  We talk.
  4. You do.  I watch.  We talk.
  5. You replicate this with someone else

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