Disciple-Making Training Lessons
Jesus told His earliest disciples that they would be His witnesses (Acts 1:8). Congratulations! As a follower of Jesus, you also are called to be His witness. We’re praying that these Disciple-Making Training Lessons are useful as you meet with others and develop a framework for helping others grow up in Christ.
In the first lesson we consider four critical aspects of our calling to be Jesus’ witnesses: the prediction of our witness, the goals of our witness, the audience for our witness, and the methods of our witness.
This follow-up to Lesson 2 continues looking at the “how” of being a witness, this time focusing on bridging to the Gospel (the good news).
This follow-up to Lesson 3 moves forward by talking about important passages of Scripture pertaining to the Gospel, and discusses a good presentation to use when sharing the Gospel.
One of the most important passages for our mission as disciple-makers is the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16–20), which was covered in a previous lesson.
This lesson builds on our understanding of individual Bible study and considers what it would look like to hear and obey God’s Word in a group setting.
This lesson turns our attention to prayer. While studying the Bible and prayer may not seem related at first, we’ll soon see that they are very interconnected.
In this final lesson, we learn that it’s time to get serious about taking others through a disciple-making process. This is a clear action step to help make 2 Timothy 2:2 a reality in our own lives.