FOUNDATION SIX: What is Discipleship?

Connect

How did it go declaring truth over your life last week? What changed? What else did God ask you to do in response to last week’s foundation?

Content

Do you ever wonder why Jesus didn’t hold Sunday services, conferences, or become a televangelist? It’s because Jesus knew in his three years of ministry, discipleship would achieve so much more. He knew investing in a few who were hungry for God, obedient, and teachable really could change the world. In the same way, if we will commit to being wholehearted disciples who invest in a few, we can see our world transformed.

Read about the calling of the first disciples in Matthew 4:18-22. According to this passage, what is a disciple?

Read 2 Timothy 2:2. What does this verse say about discipleship? In this one verse, four generations of discipleship are represented. That’s what happens when you make disciples who make disciples!

Read Jesus’ last words before he ascended to heaven in Matthew 28:18-20. Why do you think this was his parting message? What is he calling us to do? Jesus is offering this same invitation to us, what would this look like in our lives?

Commit

After hearing about what discipleship is and what it means to be a disciple, are you willing to drop everything to follow Jesus? Take a second to think through 1-3 people who you can begin intentionally spending time with. Hang out with them this week and invite them to start reading the bible with you.