How do we disciple nations?
There is really no other way to achieve this goal but through planting New Testament churches in every country of the world (Acts 14). Paul’s pattern was to travel to areas and plant churches. We see in Acts that they spread out and witnessed by planting churches, not just evangelizing – through Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and to the uttermost ends of the earth.
And what constitutes a church?
It is not the number of people. A New Testament church is where there has been Godly appointed leadership in the form of elders and deacons, and where there are believers.
We must be so careful not to just see people saved and then leave them to fend for themselves. We don’t do this with our natural children and shouldn’t do it with our spiritual children either. We need to see those who have come to Christ knitted into local churches.