Here is a sample church handout for teaching new members how to purse discipling relationships in the church.
What better legacy could you leave than generations of women who have learned to love Christ more?
Here are six ways that treating evangelism as a necessary part of discipleship helps to grow mature disciples.
It is not always easy to figure out where discipling fits into the busy week. But here is a sample of what a day might look like.
As Christians, we live by dying and rest by striving. But how do these paradoxes practically play out in discipleship?
Ever feel like you have no business playing teacher because you’re still a student? The gospel reminds us that God’s power is made perfect in our weakness.
Disciples are called to follow Christ, and following him means helping others follow him.
Here are thirteen ways you can help to raise up other leaders in your congregation.
The goal of shepherding is the maturity of the members. Therefore, elders should be the church’s lead disciple-makers.
Podcast sermons can never replace in-person spiritual fathers. Here’s how to recover a relationally mediated gospel.
What is the essential quality of a disciple-making pastor? Rejoicing in others’ ministry.
It’s easy (and biblical) to insist that Christians should “do something about the poor.” But how can we sort out whom we should help, and how much?
Should Christians pass off victims of sexual trafficking to non-Christian counselors? Send them to someone else’s church? What? What should pastors know about this world and what can they do?
Here’s how the Summit Church learned to love their neighbors, and what that did for their witness to their community.