The term disciple is derived from the New Testament Greek word “μαθητής”. (mathetes), which means a pupil (of a teacher) or an apprentice (to a master craftsman), coming to English by way of the Latin  discipulus meaning “a learner”.


James Biro

Driven by the exhilaration of leading teams to accomplish more than they (and others) thought possible at the onset of a daunting endeavor.

Fueled by the challenge of the improbable and the rush of constant learning and reinvention.

Fascinated by the criticallity of interfaces in systems (teams, processes, businesses); have found it infinitely rewarding to understand and bridge those interfaces in successful teams.

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Kyle Hanson

I’ve learned from Piper that “…God is most glorified when I am most satisfied in Him.”

Learning and watching others learn is immensely satisfying to me.  Leading and learning are becoming so tightly coupled in my experience, the idea of a discipleleader seems an appropriate ideal to reach for.

This blog is a spot to capture some ramblings spawned in pursuit of everyday joy from leading and learning.

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