What are some of the best discipleship resources you use or would recommend?
Back to God, Prodigal Son, really any of the Parables in Luke (because of Christian culture, people already know the factual information, these are illustrations)
John 15 (idea of bearing fruit, but means is remaining in Him, what does that look like? Word and Prayer)
Gospel Bible Reading Plan
Anything in context of Wheel (The Word Hand
“Trust the Book” – points to credibility of the Bible
Inner Circle – for fellowship, who influences you
Conditions for Answered Prayer (how to prayer scriptures too)
Mature (more equipping)
Thinking through knowledge. skills, character, and vision
Christian Beliefs – book (Wayne Grudem)
One Year Bible
Anything to deepen understanding of Bible
1-1 Planning (Click from AST?)
Grey Areas (Corinthian Grid)
Acts 29 resource
Eternal perspective (what are 3 things that last forever?)
When you disciple someone, how often do you meet with them and why?
If freshman, going to try and meet a lot. If new believer and faithful guy, multiple times per week but not always going content (relational, basketball, etc). As often as he’ll let me.
Reason we have systems is to supplement 1-1 time, not INSTEAD of, but supplement. Bible studies, events, etc.
If soph/junior/senior – try to spend weekly time in some capacity if they are faithful, again doesn’t always have to bo content driven.
If selected – couple times a week content and hanging out.
When/how do you know when to translate the relationship from a parent relationship to more of a peer?
Once student displays desire to be connected by God and be used by God.
e: separation from sin, excitement for multiplication, takes initiative in the Gospel, pursues holiness, serves the movement, overall faithfulness.
FAITH acronym, is a good practical lense filter.