Discipleship 100

A disciple of Jesus is a follower of Jesus – it’s a life-long process. To help you follow Jesus, we offer a 10-lesson course, done in a one-with-one environment called Discipleship 100. If you are interested in more information and/or starting Discipleship 100, please click the link at the bottom of the page.

One With One Discipleship

A disciple is a hearer, learner and follower. We are all disciples of something or someone. In the case of Christianity, we are hearers, learners and followers of Christ.

Jesus personally discipled the twelve while He walked on earth. He has now left His Word in the hands of faithful disciples who have the responsibility of discipling each other and the world. Jesus Himself commissioned His disciples to “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them…” (Matthew 28:19a). We seem to understand that commission very well, however Jesus completes His charge by adding, “and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you…” (verse 20 a).

Paul passed this very truth on to Timothy when he said, “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others” (2 Timothy 2:2). Every Christian should desire to be one of the “qualified to teach others” people. One with one discipleship is a powerful tool to accomplish this.

Jesus did not say that we should go make converts, but disciples. When one enters a relationship with God through Christ, he or she enters a lifelong process of being a hearer, learner and follower of Christ.

The “One with One Discipleship” program starts this lifelong journey with a 10-lesson study. This program will help you understand: What it means to place faith in Jesus Christ. What one’s priorities should be as a Christ-follower How to share one’s faith with others.

One with one discipleship is a comfortable setting where, with one other person, men with men and women with women, you have the opportunity to ask questions that are vital to your understanding. You may be a 10 or 20 or 30 or more year old Christian who wants a deeper relationship with Him. Do not be ashamed. One characteristic of a disciple is to be teachable. We all have room to grow. A discipled Christian is described in 2 Timothy 2:21, “So, if anyone purifies himself from these things, he will be a special instrument, set apart, useful to the Master, prepared for every good work.”

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