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Becoming a Disciple

GracePoint Plant City
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What is discipleship?
How do I disciple someone?
How are "older" women supposed to train "younger" women? (Titus 2:3-5)? Is this considered discipleship?
What's the difference between evangelism and discipleship?

The Bible teaches that we are to go and make disciples. Jesus spent time with 12 disciples which changed the world! We not only need to share the gospel, but also grow into maturity those who come to the Lord.

We cannot simply sit on the pew or in a Bible study class
week after week and get spiritually fat.

God has commanded that we teach those younger than we are in the faith. This class will take the mystery out of discipleship, what it is and what it’s not. Hopefully, this will take the fear out of this part of the Great Commission. Also, it will identify those we can begin to disciple/mentor.

The class is for those who want to be discipled
or who want to disciple. In reality, all of us fall into both categories!

It is important that we begin to build discipling opportunities within our church body initially, but then in our community. As we bring new members and new believers, we need a mechanism to create depth, so they, in turn, become disciples, not just pew riders.

Jon Couch will lead our class.

Jon has previously served in the business world, as a senior pastor, and currently as an itinerant evangelist with the This Day Ministries as he is focused on calling the American church to repentance, revival, and awakening through being God-centered, Christ-exalting, Bible-driven, and Prayer-saturated.

Jon's goal for his life and for your life today is that we would all desperately seek the face of God in humble obedience and that His glory would rise above us as it devastates and transforms us. Psalm 115:1

You can learn more about Jon and his ministry at www.thisdayministries.org