T-NET (short for the "Training Network" for disciplemaking churches) is an international Christian training organization whose mission is: “To coach pastors and church leaders to finish the Great Commission in their own congregations, their own regions, and in every country of the world.” T-NET began in 1991 within the Evangelical Free Church of America and then became an independent ministry in 1996, ministering to all evangelical churches, worldwide. Presently, T-NET has been used by 50+ denominational groups in 25+ countries around the world as a catalyst to finish the Great Commission! View PowerPoint Presentation
What Others Say About T-NET
"Bill (Hull, founder of T-NET Int'l) understands that the way to grow healthy, balanced churches is through a people-building process, rather than church programs. Listen and learn from him!"
--Rick Warren, Saddleback Community Church, Mission Viejo, CA
"I don't know of anyone who has written more, worked more, and created more tools for helping churches make disciples than Bill Hull. His life's mission is to help return the church to its disciple making roots. Go with him on a journey that could transform your ministry."
--Dr. John Maxwell, President INJOY Ministries
"Leadership is passed on from one leader to others. It is modeled . . . T-NET uses an approach which trains a team of leaders in your church over a long period of time. It is not just a seminar, but a training process to equip and coach leaders until your church has an ever expanding team of disciplemakers."
--Dr. Howard Hendricks, Dallas Theological Seminary
"T-NET is the most church-friendly, lay-involved, disciplemaking spiritual growth program that I have encountered. This is more than a program – it gets lay leaders involved in the purpose of the church. Examine T-NET; it works because it makes sense."
--Dr. Kenneth Meyer, former Chancellor, Trinity International University
"I am convinced, from close observation and through the many testimonials from churches, that T-NET is in the forefront of disciplemaking ministries. Many such programs make large claims, but fail to deliver. T-NET is organized in such a way that it continues to evaluate itself and thereby regularly improves it effectiveness. It is a user friendly, hands on program that is changing the nature of churches. I had opportunity to personally witness the effectiveness of T-NET. I was present for all of the sessions during the initial two-year training program here in Dallas, Texas. There were more than twenty churches involved. In my years of ministry as a senior pastor and a teacher of pastors, I have seen many people start with enthusiasm and then quickly lose interest. I was amazed to see the same people returning for the sessions during the entire two-year process. Their zeal was contagious and the result of the program in these churches was excellent. I am pleased that T-NET is an international organization.
I believe that the program is transferable to a world-wide ministry helping churches fulfill the Great Commission."
--Dr. John W. Reed, Director of D. Min Program, Dallas Theological Seminary and Senior Professor of Pastoral Ministries, Emeritus