PASTORS offers free discipleship tools – including sermon resources – for every ministry inside and outside the church. Open the tabs below to learn more or scroll down to browse our featured topics just for you.


PursueGOD was created after a group of pastors realized their church was broken. Though the church was large and growing, they were creating consumer Christians instead of disciple-makers. It wasn’t the people’s fault; the pastors had unwittingly created the problem. So they started re-defining “the win”. Instead of counting attenders, they began counting disciple-makers. That’s why was born – to give everyday Christians the tools to make disciples, one topic at a time. To learn more, read “We Broke the Church” by Bryan Dwyer.

What do we offer?

PursueGOD offers discipleship resources for almost every area of ministry in your church. Click on a Start Page below to learn more:

How do our online tools work?

Our free resources are designed for what we call “topic-at-a-time” mentoring, to be done in families, small groups, or one-on-one. We believe that real life change happens when people have honest, informed conversations – and our tools are built to empower those conversations. Here’s how it works:

  1. FIND A TOPIC. Browse our resources and pick a topic that you want to learn about. All of our content starts with a short video and includes a summary article, and all of it is carefully curated by our team of pastors and leaders.
  2. LEARN ABOUT IT. This is where everyone involved gets to take ownership. On your own, watch the video and check out the related topics as needed. Some people like to journal on the topic, going through the discussion questions ahead of time and taking notes. 
  3. EXPLORE IT TOGETHER. This is where the group or mentor fits in. Get together in person or over the phone, and simply have a conversation. That’s where real life-change happens: when people have honest, informed conversations.

And that’s it. One topic at a time, discover the truth of the Bible. Talk about life, faith, family, and more. Our tools empower conversations so everyone can pursue God at their own pace. And when people are ready to go “full circle” in their pursuit of God, we recommend completing “The Pathway” – a 3-month track that it will guide people through the most basic steps needed to become a “full-circle” follower of Jesus. 

Once people complete The Pathway, we encourage them to start helping someone else pursue God. At PG, we believe Jesus wants every Christian to get in the game and start making disciples. Learn how to use our free resources for disciple-making on our Mentor Page.

How do our sermons work?

Some churches may choose to use our free Sermonlink resources for the preaching ministry at their church. Our team of pastors collaborates on each sermon and produces sermon notes, slides, and small group resources for each sermon. Click on a link below to learn more:

Start using our tools for free today. To get the most out of our resources and network, consider becoming an official partner and receiving a customizable partner page. Click here to learn about Partner Pages.

What is

Some people won’t be interested in using the Bible-based resources of That’s understandable. That’s why we created, a conversation library based on common sense values (instead of explicitly biblical teaching). The method is the same: one topic at a time, make an investment in another person’s life. Your church can use FLEXTALK to build bridges at work, at school, or in your community. Click here to visit




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Campaigns & Events

Browse our special events and sermon campaigns to spark a discipleship culture at church.

Sermonlink Campaigns
Discipleship Events

How to Mentor a Busy Man

Have you ever struggled at mentoring a busy man? Following these three steps can lead you to success in mentoring a busy man.

How to Fill Out a Sermon Outline

If you are teaching in a team setting, you may be given an outline developed by someone else. Here’s a guide to help you fill out that outline with meaningful ideas.

Pastoral Priority

It is imperative for every pastor to establish personal priorities. The best example of what those priorities should be is seen in the life of Jesus.

Good Pastor, Bad Parent

Pastors are often judged by their ministry success and it’s assumed they are good parents on this basis. But that’s not necessarily the case.

Self-Care for Pastors (Series)

This five-part series encourages pastors to pursue physical, mental, emotional and relational wellness as a wise act of stewardship.

Spiritual Formation for Pastors (Series)

This six-part series explores important aspects of personal growth in Christ to help pastors and other Christian workers survive and thrive in ministry for the long haul.

People Want a Pastor

It is easy for churches to become more focused on programs and numbers than on equipping Christians to make disciples in all walks of life.

Preaching Goofs

Even seasoned pastors mess up from time to time, but it’s not the end of your ministry!

Daily Journal for Pastors

This 7-day playlist is designed to introduce pastors and ministry leaders to the pursueGOD disciple-making system.

From Doer to Equipper

If pastors want to see God do more in and through their ministry, they need to take these four actions that move them from a doer of ministry to an equipper of ministry.





Our resources are curated by a team of pastors with our core values in mind.


We cover a broad range of topics for every area of life, adding new content almost every day.


Talk isn’t cheap – it’s free. We don’t charge for any of our resources, thanks to user donations.

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Today’s Verse

A wise son brings joy to his father, but a foolish son brings grief to his mother.

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