The modern map for DISCIPLE MAKING has been disrupted

InFocus guides you as you navigate the post-Modern era map: ‘Blessing’, ‘Belonging’, ‘Believing’, ‘Becoming’ 



What's changed?


Intrinsic motivation

Focus on the uniqueness of the individual

Make the shifts in your disciple making to engage in a coach-approach


How does a disciple use a coach approach?

Coach your newest followers of Jesus to listen to the Holy Spirit and ask questions to discover the next step to take on their disciple making journey


Find out what is keeping you from flourishing as a disciple maker using a coach approach and what is missing in the kind of support those you are coaching need on their discipleship journey.



knowing and understanding your personal values and living them out through consistent behavior


utilizing prayer as a critically key element in the disciple making journey


building strong and authentic relationships with both Christians and non-Christians in your community


creating intentional and enduring disciples who, in turn, create intentional and enduring disciples


forging strategic partnerships to keep you on mission in your disciple making journey

What people are saying about the Disciple Maker Quiz…

“As someone who desires to grow in their understanding of how to be a disciple who makes disciples and lead others through this process, the Disciple Coach quiz was extremely helpful. It highlighted key areas of growth as well as provided practical next steps that were specific to my disciple making journey. For those of you who are unsure of where to begin as disciple maker or feel stuck in the process, the Disciple Coach quiz is an excellent resource that will empower you to take significant steps forward in the vital mission of making and multiplying disciples”
Sam Brown – Salem Alliance Pastor of House Churches

Becoming a disciple coach is a journey that begins by knowing your starting point. The assessment gives you a clear picture of where you are and priority area(s) for growth. When a coach comes alongside in your journey, you can discern and take the next faithful steps toward reproducing disciple-makers. I strongly recommend that you engage in the journey!

Dr. Bob Logan – Author The Discipleship Difference and The Church Planting Journey

Gary Reinecke and the team from InFocus have created a crucial resource for leaders and churches who are serious about being with Jesus on His Mission. I highly recommend the Disciple Coach Quiz as a tool for shaping the future of your disciple making efforts. The five qualities it measures and the behavior it supports provide a solid foundation for helping people authentically follow Jesus.

Steve Pike – President, Urban Islands Project

Gary Reinecke and his team have developed a really useful questionnaire which gives you an overall Disciple Coach Score as well as some improvement keys to help you grow in your commitment to His Mission.

Colin Noyes – Author As You Go, Makes DisciplesMaking Disciples in a Postmodern Era & Making Disciples Coaching Guide with Storyboard

The Disciple Coach Quiz is a powerful tool that helps leaders understand and assess where they are as disciple makers. This is a key to effectively coach others to make disciples and empower generations for disciples.

Micah Dodson – Director, Thrive Church Planting

The InFocus team have put together a very helpful tool in the Disciple Coach Quiz.  It only took a few minutes to complete and gave comprehensive feedback that was immediately helpful.  The quiz helped me identify where I was weakest and the quiz report offered up quality questions to help me start down the road of growth in this area.

Daniel Bethel – Church Planting Director, Christar International (Malaga, Spain)

I took the quiz at a pivotal time in my ministry. Very recently retired from over 40 years in pastoral work, I’ve been praying about how God might use me in this new season of life. The results of the quiz helped me identify several areas I want to strengthen as I begin to volunteer in a new church where I’m not the pastor, but am one of the elder disciples and could readily become a disciple coach. As I pray about how to make the most of the time I have now been given, this helps me identify places (and people with whom) I want to be strategic.

Rev. Gayle Parker