Rediscovering the Lost Art of Disciple Making
DURATION: 1.0 – 1.5 hours AUDIENCE: Adults
EQUIPMENT OPTIONS: 1] Flat Screen Television with HDMI or USB port. 2] Projector and Screen with HDMI or USB port. 3] Television with Classic Audio/Video connection.
DESCRIPTION: Every follower of Jesus Christ deserves the opportunity to be nurtured, developed, rooted, and established into the faith, as Colossians 2:6-7 describes. Unfortunately, very few make the effort or seem to understand what this really means, even those in church leadership.
The Lord’s command in Matthew 28:18 to “make disciples” has been lost to the business of “conducting church.” We have wonderful Sunday school programs for youth and adults, Vacation Bible School, service and outreach ministries. Some churches even have membership classes and small groups! But, there is a BIG difference in discipling another person verses holding Sunday school or having a small group ministry.
“Rediscovering the Lost Art of Making Disciples” takes a step back to look closer at how Jesus, and His Apostles, discipled new believers in the first century church … starting with what really happened at Pentecost.
Nearly 2,000 years ago, Jesus began a movement to spread the Good News that salvation has come to mankind. The movement was designed to reach the entire world. He knew for the mission to succeed, it would depend on the dedication, loyalty, courage, and faith of those who He had chosen, trained, and sent. There is a reason why Christianity has survived. Today, as 21st Century Christians, if we want Christianity to survive until Jesus returns, we need to Rediscover the Lost Art of Making Disciples.
NOTE: This is a great idea for a men’s weekend or church leadership retreat.
If you, or your church group, would like to hear this seminar in person, or any of the other messages, and you live in Alamance County, or surrounding counties in Piedmont North Carolina, feel free to contact us using the Booking Contact Form below or any other manner in the Contact Us Information. You can also send a letter to P.O. Box 2752, Burlington, North Carolina 27216 USA. Thank you and God Bless Your Church!