What is a disciple?
Defining discipleship and the urgency of it’s call may perhaps be our biggest concern in the church today. Assuming we believe we are commissioned to make disciples, what is a disciple? How does one become a disciple and disciple others? What does it look like? Is it hard or easy? Is it simply growing in your faith or is it something more?
dis·ci·ple | di-ˈsī-pəl
Using the Cirriculum
“A student of a teacher, leader, or philosopher who learns by practical experience and imitates his or her example.”
Going through cirriculum end to end typically takes a year
You can use the top navigation order left to right as a timeline, or jump around to fit the needs of those you’re discipling
You don’t need to go over every single piece of material. Think of this as a resource library.
Use with someone one on one, or in a small group. Keep in mind, the smaller the group the more you can tailer to personal needs.
We All Learn Differently
What people are saying
Each person prefers to learn in their own way. Disciple.Me has been designed to mix up learning styles to meet those various needs.
“This training has been truly life-changing, for the first time in my life I can see how to clearly prioritize my faith and share it with others. While I still have a long way to go, I see God working in my life in exciting ways.“
“I liked the emphasis on getting out and evangelizing to the lost. I feel like Christians do not do this enough.”
“Church history was actually very helpful. I used it to share with an unbeliever about the reliability of the gospel and to explain to a doubting believer about why excluding the apocrypha is good for the reliability of scripture.”