We do physical therapy with our disciples. Our job is to show them good exercises to help them to practice between sessions in order to make progress.
Meditating is a tool for listening carefully to what God is saying. Meditation is an attempt to connect past, present, and future.
Simple assimilation habits help believers identify and connect with Christ and the church. A leader/teacher can help move members toward good habits.
Two reasons given for not memorizing scripture are laziness and lack of understanding of what the Bible says about memorizing. Jesus did, and so should we.
Discipleship mentors do not have to invest in one person in every way until they die. For many, hearing that statement is a relief.
When you pray together, it helps your disciple develop confidence and competence in praying. It strengthens discipling bonds with you and God.
Post COVID-19, online disciple-making will be even more popular and comfortable. Add online to your plans when it suits you and your disciples.
Journaling is a discipleship issue for you as a disciple and a disciple-making issue for you as you disciple others. Practice it and pass it on.
Regular rest, good diet, and regular exercise strengthen you physically. Spiritual disciplines are actions taken regularly to strengthen you spiritually.
No matter the delivery method chosen, there are some key meeting elements that will naturally be part of our disciple-making efforts.