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What is Waha?
Waha is a mobile app that enables ANYONE, no matter your job or experience, to make disciples of Jesus that multiply.

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How to Use Waha.pdf
How to Use Waha.pdf
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What are the core features of Waha?
▶️ Easy to Use: Group facilitators don’t need to be professional ministers or skilled evangelists to lead a Discovery Bible Study. Anyone familiar with a music app like Apple Music or Spotify can easily start facilitating their first meeting in Waha.
🎉 Made for Groups: Simply gather friends or family and press play. You can track progress across multiple groups and in multiple languages.
📚 Curated Content: Groups are led through curated Discovery Bible Studies which cover essentials like “Creation to Christ”, “Making a Decision about Jesus”, “Being Disciples”, “Being a Jesus Community”, and “Being Leaders.”
🔒 Security Focused: Data is always end-to-end encrypted. Audited by a cyber security consultant certified in CISSP, CISM, CEH, ISO 27001LI. The app also comes with a “Security Mode” which hides Waha’s content behind a placeholder piano app, keeping it safe from prying eyes for those in security-conscious areas.
💯All-in-One: The related Bible verses, story set list, and DBS questions are all in one interface for an organized, streamlined, and hopefully, stress-free experience.

What is the mission of Waha?
Mobilize the Believer
Vision cast, train, and mobilize any believer to make disciples of Jesus: Our goal is to enable anyone with an internet-capable device to host and facilitate the Waha Disciple Making Course.
Implement as a community: After watching the course, form a Disciple Making Community where your group can meet regularly to see what the Bible says about making disciples and encourage one another to not only be hearers, but doers of the Word.
Coach and multiply: Your Disciple Making Community is encouraged to disciple the lost through forming new Discovery Groups and to mobilize the saved by training other believers through the Waha Disciple Making Course, forming more Disciple Making Communities.
Disciple the Lost
Anyone with a smartphone can gather a group of friends or family to start discovering God through the Bible and learn how to be a disciple of Jesus.

What makes Waha different from other DBS apps like the Discover App or The DMM Platform?
First, we want to say we love the people behind these other apps. We think what they are doing is important and different contexts need different solutions.
We’re the only DBS app that integrates a multi-lingual DMM training system. By unlocking the Disciple Making Course in the app, believers can facilitate a DMM training by simply gathering a group of like-minded friends around a phone, computer, or TV and pressing play.
Waha’s story sets have been curated based on the scripture lists of several stage 6+ church planting movements. This means that the one hundred plus foundational story set lessons and hundreds of topical lessons are field-tested.
Waha includes every aspect of a Discovery Bible Study as part of the lesson, not just the inductive Bible study section. This means a lesson with Waha includes fellowship and accountability questions.
Waha is audio-first. This means oral cultures can feel comfortable discovering God’s Word together. Of course, group facilitators can choose a written guide for Discovery Bible Studies in-app as well.
Waha is a native iOS and Android app, not a Progressive Web App (PWA). This means Waha avoids slow loading times, battery drain, and allows for native app features.
Is Waha a Bible App?
The full Bible is not on Waha nor is Waha a Bible app. Waha enables anyone to easily facilitate a Discovery Bible Study or disciple-making training.
Is Waha a social media website like Facebook?
No. Waha is a tool to help you facilitate a Discovery Bible Study or disciple making training with your friends. This is best done in-person but you could use Waha by sharing your screen over a video-conferencing tool like Zoom.
What is the Waha Disciple Making Course?
The Waha Disciple Making Course is a nine-week interactive training where you’ll gain Biblical vision of why and how to make disciples. Then, as a community, you can implement disciple making together.
How does the Waha Disciple Making Course work?
The course is broken into two parts: 2 weeks of vision and 7 weeks of implementing as a community what you learned from the vision weeks.
Anyone can host this free disciple making training - no preparation required. Here is how to get started:
Watch: Gather your friends around your phone, computer, or TV and press play. You can also watch the videos together on Zoom or another video app with someone sharing their screen.
Discuss: Walk through the course with others, interacting with exercises and prompts for group discussions.
Implement: Gain vision as the course provides clear next steps and resources to implement what you learn.
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What makes the Waha Disciple Making Course different from other disciple making trainings?
The Waha Disciple Making Course is the only interactive, case study-driven course that both trains you on how to make disciples and equips you with a mobile app, Waha, to help you implement what you’ve learned.
After going through the course, there are seven weeks of Discovery Bible Studies, during which your group will implement what they learn from two weeks of introductory vision videos.
Is the Waha Disciple Making Course an online course?
While the course is hosted online, it’s meant to be done in-person, in a group setting. If the group you want to train can’t easily gather together, we’re happy to share that the Disciple Making Course has been successfully hosted on a video-conferencing tool, like Zoom. For this to work, you'll need to share your screen for all attendees to be able to see the video content.
Can I use Waha or do the Disciple Making Course by myself?
While you can choose how you use these tools, disciple making has always meant to be done in community (Please see Mark 6:7, Luke 10:1, and Matthew 10:5 for reference.). Every lesson in Waha is designed with groups in mind and is heavily discussion based.

What is the Waha Mobilization Network?
👥 The Waha Mobilization Network is our Brand Ambassador Program. Waha Mobilizers are users who have demonstrated effective use of our products and are enthusiastic about them.
⛑️ They will be serve as volunteers, offering their help to new users in their spheres of influence who want to get started with the Waha app or Disciple Making Course, but who feel they just need a personal touch, with someone walking them through the process.
📢 Mobilizers will also help promote the app and the course, primarily through our mobilization map, which will encourage them to map out churches and other Christian groups in their area to whom they could introduce the products.
🏘️ Finally, as our way of saying thank you, these Mobilizers will be invited to join our exclusive online branded community, the Waha Mobilization Network
💬 Here, Mobilizers can interact with, and encourage other like-minded people who are similarly interested in DMM. They can post prayer requests, share resources, and take part in quarterly webinars we will host with prominent disciple making leaders around the world.
🛠️ Those who have completed the Waha Disciple Making Course will be allowed to collaborate with us on the development of new resources such as blog posts, and those who choose to support Waha financially, will have the opportunity to join in a bi-weekly coaching call with our training and mobilization team.
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