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Leadership Resources

maximum-service-all-mediumAlmost every pastor and ministry leader needs more workers and leaders to assist them in ministry.  Developing Christ-followers into workers and leaders is critical to fulfilling our God-given assignments here on earth.  Maximum Service: From A-Z is a targeted resource designed specifically as a tool you can use immediately and for years to come in developing those around you.

No other training resource hits such diverse, yet practical topics as Maximum Service: From A-Z. Seventy-eight different topics are discussed from both a Biblical and a practical viewpoint. You select the topic to engage, your disciple and you spend time individually working through the Maximum Service topic, and then meet face-to-face for prayer, discussion, application, and evaluation.

You have the freedom to choose the specific topic needed at this time in the life and development of those you are raising up in the Lord. The three facets of development (character, knowledge, and skills) are represented throughout the topics.

Printed books as low as $11.95 for the setPDF downloads are only $4.95 per book or 33 cents per topic (99 cent minimum order).

Visit the Maximum Service: From A-Z site now to place your order.

From an IMD Donor:

I enthusiastically endorse IMD’s work in Africa spearheaded by Koos Basson. We have supported IMD since September 2005 when my pastor and I were with Koos & Phil in Kenya to teach disciple-making. We had quite an adventure and I have wonderful memories of our time together. I bonded with one particular pastor in Kenya and have stayed in touch with him via e-mail and supported them with prayer during the challenges they have faced. My goal is to return with my son to Africa for a mission trip before he graduates from high school.


"Highly recommend the message of this book!" Phil Largent
"I readily admit that it verges on the impossible to describe in any degree of adequacy the conscious, manifest presence of God... The best I possibly can hope is to put forth my personal experience backed up by Scriptural exhortation. My part is only to whet the appetite and then trust the Holy Spirit to take it from there." (p.25)