What is Discipleship?

Discipleship is teaching biblical precepts, while modeling and guiding others toward living righteously as followers of Jesus Christ. This should be a cyclical process—meaning once we are discipled, we are to disciple others, and so on. One of the most important characteristics of being a disciple (a student or pupil), is to develop an intimate relationship with God through Christ rather than just learning about Him. Discipleship equips the Christian with God’s Word, prayer, doctrine, worship, encouragement, and service.

Relationship with God

discipleship training is also about relationship with others. Relationships are developed through devotions, care, and by encouraging each other toward living with Christ-like characteristics in our everyday lives. Telling others what following Christ has done for one personally, can have great impact on those who are yearning for the same kind of transformation in their lives. This is a vital part of discipleship training in our ministry. We believe that when followers of Christ live as Jesus lived and do as Jesus did every individual person will have reached in this world.

discipleship is an ongoing process. We should never quit learning and growing in our walk with Christ. Just as the New Testament disciples who chose to follow Jesus, we too should continually learn and grow stronger in our personal relationship with Him. Do you desire to lead and disciple others along the way with all that you have already learned and experienced?

Life Transformation

  • Transformation and repentance, making God your priority (Mark 8:34-38)
  • Learning the written word of God and living by it with commitment (John 8:31-32)
  • Loving, edifying, and serving others as God leads (1 John 3:11-16)
  • Focusing on living righteously, being fruitful (John 15:7-10, Galatians 5:22)
  • Accountability with godly authority (Hebrews 13:17)

Maturity Growth of Discipleship are:

  • Evangelism (sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ) (Matthew 28:18-20)
  • Being changed by renewing your mind (Romans 12:2)
  • Worshipping God in all you do (Romans 12:1)
  • Serving God toward His purpose (Romans 1:9)

Obedience of the Word

Discipleship training takes commitment, vision, and understanding the Scriptures. In reading the words of Jesus (Matthew 28:18-20), we see that discipleship is not just an option for believers. “Then Jesus came to them and said, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.’”

As a ministry we equip and grow disciples who in turn go out to equip and disciple others. Unfortunately, many churches today have neglected this mandate. We are there to help churches to train and disciple their members to become ministers of the gospel but further more they will become Christ-like.