Discipleship Resources International

Discipleship Resources International

Discipleship Resources International (DRI) is a ministry of the Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church (UMC) designed to support Central Conferences that are working to expand their publishing capacities in a sustainable way. "Central Conferences" are the UM bodies in Africa, the Philippines, and Europe/Russia. Learn More »

About DRI


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Stay up-to-date with the latest DRI news and more from Discipleship Ministries by visiting our new blog at equippingdisciples.org.

Publishing Partners

Learning from other pubishing teams  The website allows you to review the work of other DRI publishing teams—their publishing categories, titles, business models, breakthroughs, and victories. What other areas are doing can help you expand your vision for what is possible for you in your situation.   […]

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Training & Education

Training notes and links are available here for team leaders and teams concerning the critical areas of publishing know-how. Training opportunities are also offered now and then, and will be featured here on this site. Training will revolve around the four primary areas of publishing: editorial, production, marketing/distribution,  […]

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What We Can Learn About Evangelism from Central Conferences

Mark 1:14-20 “What can we learn about evangelism from Central Conferences?” Kathy Noble, a reporter with UMCOM, asked me this question in an interview for an article in Interpreter where she points out that “between 2003 and 2013, membership in the central conferences in Africa, Asia and Europe increased 4 […]

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God is doing a new thing through our work with the Central Conferences

6 years ago, our African Central Conferences possessed no publishing capacity to produce Wesleyan resources to support core ministries. In the Philippines, publishing capacity had become severely constrained. Today, 14 publishing teams serve these CC-s, including Bulgaria and Romania, and are responsible for a flow of resources that didn’t exist […]

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