Materials for One-on-One Disciple-Making

BecomingADiscipleMakerWhat materials are you using for one-on-one disciple-making? What materials are you using for D-groups (small disciple-making groups of four or less)? Please press Comments and share what you are using and how you are using those materials.

This blog is not in the business of promoting or selling products, but there is a lot of interest in one-on-one disciple-making right now. In response to that interest, I want to share three sets of materials that can help.

Billie Hanks Series:

Disciples Path Series:

Growing Disciples Series:

Use these materials to invest in one disciple who will be prepared to invest in one disciple (think 2 Timothy 2:2). Then when you two have worked through the materials, you each invest in one disciple. Each of the above sets could be worked through in a year. So by the end of the second year, you have four disciple-makers ready to invest in four more. This may seem slow, but consider this:  with multiplication efforts continuing annually, you could impact over 4,000 people by the end of the twelfth year!

What is your strategy for one-on-one disciple-making? What materials are you using? How are those efforts going? Let’s start a disciple-making movement. Make disciples!

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4 Comments

  1. We have used “Good News for You” – Charles Brock for one on one and small group studies for new believers and seekers. It has seven lessons. It works well for an evangelistic outreach, home Bible study. It does not assume that the student is already a Christian. It begins with “Man’s Problem” and works through “God’s Solution.” It teaches the ‘bridge illustration’ so the student can begin witnessing to others.
    The next study: “I Have Been Born Again, What Next” – Charles Brock. Eleven lessons to help the new believer on his walk with the Lord and involvement in the Church.
    Charles Brock’s website:www.churchgrowthinternational.com

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  4. We use various different resources in our disciple making here at FBC Jacksonville, Fl. but the predominant beginning point is One2Won, published by Joe White. It is available at our church website by going to http://www.fbcjax.com/downtown/resources/id,876/adult-discipleship-tools

    Also we are using our PSG’s that we produce to go along witht he Explore the Bible series that are devotional in nature. Here is a link to the one for beginning in December. http://www.fbcjax.com/files/uploads/WinterDailyDevotional2015.pdf

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