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Discipleship is a word that has lost its meaning in today's church. But it boils down to a simple process.

Key Points:

  • A disciple is someone who follows Jesus, fishes for men, and fellowships with other believers. Matthew 4:19
  • Discipleship is a process to help people follow Jesus, fish for men, and fellowship with believers.
  • Discipleship is relationship on three levels: with Jesus, with lost people, and with other believers.
  • To become a disciple-making church, engage your community with the gospel, establish them with biblical foundations, equip them with basic ministry skills, and empower them to go make disciples. Matthew 16, 28

Quote This:

“Jesus’ job is to build his church… our job is making disciples.”

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Talk About It
  1. What is your initial reaction to this topic? What jumped out at you?
  2. How does your church currently define what a disciple is? How does it compare to Pastor Steve’s definition?
  3. Discipleship is a process for making disciples. How clearly defined is your church’s process?
  4. What is your job as a leader in your ministry? What grade do you think Jesus would give you right now? What can you do to get a better mark?
  5. Write a personal action step based on this conversation.

This topic is in the Wikichurch series.