Q: What are some of the best discipleship resources you use or would recommend?
A: Navpress—Beginning with Christ, Lessons on Assurance, My Heart Christ’s Home.
Q: What are some of the best practices in discipleship?
A: Assurance of Salvation
Learning/sharing their testimony
Q: When you disciple someone, how often do you meet with them?
A: At least weekly is my preference.
Q: What does your time look like with them?
A: Prayer, sharing, review of assignment.
Maybe sharing gospel with someone.
Q: How do you prepare a one to one? (format, time)
A: Think, pray, evaluate as to what the next step is and what I need to focus on.
Q: What do you do for follow up? (topics, content)
A: Navpress—Beginning with Christ, Lessons on Assurance, My Heart Christ’s Home. (book by Robery Boyd Munger)
XPLORE (CMM- template we can download)
Q: How long do you usually disciple someone?
A: Varies. Working with a guy right now I have been spending time with for 3 years.
Q: How often do you see them per week, typically? In what context?
A: Twice. Once in a small group. Once one on one.
Q: What topics do you try to discuss with your disciple? Best resources?
A: Mainly topics related to The Wheel, The Vision, and The Establishers
Q: When/how do you know when to transfer the relationship from being a parent to being more of a partner?
A: As he is taking more and more initiative in his walk and reaching out to others. Instead of him going with me on my evang appts, I start going with him, etc…
Q: What is the best thing you do in your discipleship of a new/young believer?
A: Have him share his testimony asap with others. Help him start memorizing verses. Get him around other believers.
(**I love the idea of having students share their testimony with someone early on. I feel like this really helps him/her have ownership with their faith and have a clear time line of before Christ, recognizing their need for Christ, and since coming to Christ)
Q: What are your favorite 2-3 resources for each of evangelism, establishing, and equipping someone?
More Than a Carpenter, Brown Like Coffee
Navpress—Beginning with Christ, Lessons on Assurance, My Heart Christ’s Home.
Fuel and the Flame
Q: How do you keep track of your time together? (ex: excel sheet, google doc)
A: Don’t do a good job doing this.
Q: What does your relationship look like with people that you disciple? (ex: in your home, with them in their dorm, meet friends/fam)
A: In my home a lot. Feeding him a lot. Going out for meals together. Maybe going to a weekend retreat together.
Q: Feel free to share any resources you like/use for any of the following topics: