Help Your Disciple Begin Discipling

You have invested months in your disciple. You have gotten to know and trust each other. You have walked through life experiences together. You have have seen your disciple grow in his/her relationship with God and his/her understanding of being a disciple. Now what? Before you release your disciple hoping…

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Discipleship Survey Early Results, Part 2

Have you responded to the Quick Discipleship Tool Survey yet? I asked five questions in the survey. It only takes three minutes to complete. There is still time and value for you to participate. Here is the survey: https://darrylwilson.typeform.com/to/YxtoyZ In Part 1, I shared the first three discipleship tool questions I asked…

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Discipleship Requires Listening

Personal Discipleship. I chose the word, discipleship, in the title on purpose to include both our personal discipleship and our investment in others (disciple-making). In order to be a disciple, listening is needed. There are a number of essential sources: the Holy Spirit God’s Word Christian resources (books, websites, music,…

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3 Personal Discipleship Priorities

A new year is a great opportunity to evaluate and focus your attention and energy on priorities. Consider these three personal discipleship priorities: Grow as a disciple. Spend time in Bible study and prayer. Follow Jesus. Avoid going through the motions. Take the time to listen to God and to…

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Everything I Have Commanded You

Is it possible that we hesitate to disciple because we overcomplicate discipling? Is it possible that we have mixed church expectations into becoming and being a disciple? Don’t get me wrong, I believe the church is important as Christ’s bride. But when we take being His disciple seriously, an appropriate…

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