Jesus invites every person to become his disciple. It is an invitation to trust him, to follow him, and to become like him.
Each disciple is called to make disciples who make disciples. This is how we grow.
We are called to be Disciple-Making Disciples who are…
2 Timothy 3:16-17 — In order to be disciple-making disciples of Jesus, we must be intimately familiar with the biblical narrative and its “SO WHAT” application to our lives. God’s Word is the first and final authority in all areas of faith and life.
This is who and what we know.
Romans 12:1-8 — Becoming like Jesus is a “whole person project.” The Holy Spirit in us transforms us from the inside out and changes how we live and move in this world as we anticipate his coming again and life in the next.
This is how we are transformed.
Genesis 22:17-18 — The blessing and responsibility given to Israel extends to the church; therefore, the church does not exist only for the benefit of its members; rather, its members are sent into the world, a blessed people who bless people.
This is how we love others.
Acts 2 — Disciples of Jesus are fluent in the gospel of Jesus, the good news of the coming of the Kingdom of God. This gospel and the kingdom life is visible most clearly in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
This is how we live.
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