When I started spiritually building into the lives of others, I easily played the truth card first. Got a problem? “Here’s your deep-seated issue.” You don’t see a problem? “Let me tell you your problem!”
A ministry to athletes in Minnesota saw spectators become leaders, thanks to the playbook they learned from Jesus.
How can you help a friend who has grown up a Christian, but isn’t experiencing a personal relationship with God?
What if discipleship was a community of believers who helped each other grow in their faith and fruitfulness? A collaborative approach to discipleship can make this a reality.
As a college student, Carly Edwards was inspired to lead others nearer to Christ through Athletes in Action. After she graduated in 2014, she saw no reason that should change. She wants you to know that anyone can change a life.
Three full-time moms navigate the challenges of investing in ministry inside and outside the home.
We’re not always guaranteed that we will see our dream of students taking steps of faith come to fruition. So when we do see this dream become reality, we should see it for what it is, as a mighty miracle from God. And, to our continual amazement and praise, it seems like this miracle is occurring almost daily on our college campuses here.
A couple learned how to trust God in uncharted territory by leading a Bible study for blind people.
Tariku Fufa is helping make Christ-centered disciples in 24 African countries. He credits these 6 principles with why he’s seen so many multiply.
When you meet with a disciple, show up with a plan. Think through these five elements of a discipleship appointment to help you be intentional about your time together.
There are different stages of faith and discipleship. For each stage, examine the ways you can encourage someone to take the next step towards becoming a lifelong follower of Christ and a multiplying disciple.
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