Practical Discipleship from Paul

I just started teaching a new Bible study the other night. Our study is the Apostle Paul’s epistle to his disciple Titus. By looking at his example, we can learn much about discipleship.

I have noticed, in almost 17 years of ministry, that there are very few church leaders, as well as lay leaders, who are good at making disciples. In fact, from what I have seen, there are few pastors who actually make disciples, in a Biblical sense. I would like to examine Paul, a great leader who discipled many, and see what we can learn about practical discipleship, something that ALL believers are called to do. Continue reading

Counting the Cost of Discipleship L6

It has been neat walking through these lessons on Discipleship. I hope that these articles have been as helpful to you as you read them, as they have been as helpful to me as I think through them and write out what I have been learning.

In the previous lesson, we saw that Christ commissioned His committed followers and equipped them with the power of the Holy Spirit. Now, they are ready to go out and work with the Lord to accomplish this great calling.

In order to get caught up to speed with this lesson, please take a moment to read the previous articles on this study.

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