Andrew Hart, Lead Pastor of Sonrise Bible Church and Catalyst of the Local Center in Schenectady, New York, shares how his church partnered with other ministries to make new disciples. Evaluate and reflect on how your church’s ministries are making new disciples. Do you need to change your approach? Perhaps you can partner up with others in your community? Be open to the new and different ways God wants to use you to make new disciples.
Brett Karanovich, Pastor of Christ United Church and Catalyst of the Local Center
in Richmond, Indiana, shares a unique story about being available to how God
chooses to use you to disciple others. Discipleship opportunities can arise from
the most unexpected circumstances. We need to be ready to answer God’s call
whenever and wherever He leads.
Bill Couchenour, Director of Learning Communities at Exponential, shares three important aspects of discipleship: all of life, in community and on mission. It is important to be intentional in your discipleship of others. Start with a group of three or six or twelve. Who are you discipling to become followers of Jesus?