Discipleship Resources

We are building out this page with a bunch of new resources! While it is in progress we will leave the older resources after the ones in the charts.

While they are loosely in grouped from more “basic/foundational” concepts to more “advanced” ones, each lesson stands alone so you can choose whichever one seems appropriate for your disciple’s next step.

What is discipleship?
Use this to challenge someone to discipleship

The Word

Group 1:
Why the word mattersTo spark a hunger for God’s Word through an introduction to what the Word is and what it can do in their life.
Formed by our inputsTo spark a hunger for God’s Word through an understanding that what we expose ourselves to will shape us.
Devotional readingEquip the disciple with foundational skills for devotional Bible reading so that they begin or grow in the habit of being in God’s word.
Time with GodEquip the disciple for having regular time with God.
Group 2:
Can I trust it?To grow in trust of the Word by examining the implications of Biblical inspiration, inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency.
Word as foundationBy recognizing the need to base their beliefs on Scripture the disciple would build a firm foundation to withstand the waves of culture.
Scripture memoryTo see the value of Scripture memory and grow in commitment to hiding God’s word in their heart.
Bible studyTo learn the foundational skills of observation, interpretation, and application.
Group 3:
Wrong approaches to the wordTo help a person learn to identify any current approaches to the Word that may be limiting or unhelpful.
The big pictureTo bring clarity to God’s Word through seeing scripture as one, unified story.
The word in evangelismComing soon…
Fallen Condition & Christ SolutionLearn how to identify and apply the Fallen Condition Focus (FCF) and Christ Solution (CS) in every passage of scripture.
Group 4:
The word in discipleshipTo build a deeper reliance on God’s Word for wisdom and insight, so that we are firstly and consistently discipling from God’s Word, instead of merely our own thoughts, experiences, and feelings. 
1 to 1 Bible readingTo learn how to utilize Bible reading with believers and non-believers that provides opportunities for evangelism and discipleship.


Group 1:
Why we shareTo establish foundational motivations for sharing our faith.
Your testimonyTo prepare a disciple to share their testimony with a non-believer.
The lostGrow compassion for the lost by considering what it means to be lost.
Group 2:
3 Modes of EvangelismTo have a vision for the importance of every Christian living out all three modes of evangelism and to know how to do that.
Using the KGPTo train a person how to present the Knowing God Personally (KGP) booklet.
Successful witnessingTo learn to approach evangelism with biblical expectations.
Gospel transitionsComing soon…
Group 3:
Ongoing gospel conversationsTo help a disciple see the need to make talking about Jesus and the Gospel a normal and regular part of a friendship with a non-Christian.  
Asking questionsLearn how to ask questions to engage people’s hearts with the Gospel in evangelism.
Ambassador for ChristGrow in our understanding of how we represent Christ to non-believers.
1 verse evangelism Learn how to share the good news of Christ through one verse.
Group 4:
SentComing soon…
Natural modePractically work through a spiritual conversation and sharing the Gospel with someone God has put in your life.

1.      Treasuring God: that God would be the center and focal point in all they do

2.      Gospel Relevance: that they would live out the application of the gospel for their daily life

  • Hearing the  Music of the Gospel ArticleKeith Johnson provides a wonderful picture of spiritual transformation where we are carried along by the rhythm of God’s Spirit through his Word, in contrast to the mechanical dance steps of behavioral change.
  • Heart Idol StudyAn article, worksheet, and questions to discuss the idols we worship over Jesus.
  • All of Life is RepentanceAuthor Tim Keller shows how the life of Christ is produced and seen in us through a lifestyle of repentance and humility.

3.      Spirit-filled Life/Dependence: that they would understand and live out daily dependence on the Spirit

4.      The Word: that they would learn how to study the Word and to allow it to change them

  • A Daily Time With the Lord ArticleNothing is more important to Christian growth than a daily time of prayer and study of the Scripture. This article explains how and why to have a daily Quiet Time.
  • Devotions Aren’t Magic StudyWe can be tempted to think that if we just figure out the secret formula we will experience euphoric moments of rapturous communion with the Lord. Jon Bloom goes through 5 points and passages to fight this misconception.
  • How Sharp is Your Sword WorksheetTest your knowledge of the word and where to find verses that explain what we believe.
  • Go To Verses WorksheetSpend time finding your favorite Go to Verses on various topics.
  • Christ in All of Scripture ArticleTo grow in our understanding of the Scripture we need to understand that, from Genesis to Revelation, the Bible is all about Jesus. This article sets the foundation for seeing Christ in all of Scripture.

5.      Prayer: that they would learn why and how to pray and grow in their practice of prayer

6.      Eternal Perspective: that they would be living for the eternal

  • A Biblical Portrait of Heaven & Hell ArticleThe Bible has a lot to say about both Heaven and Hell. Author Byron Strider gathers all of the biblical data and relates his findings in a very readable way.
  • Eternal PerspectiveLiving with an eternal perspective is about living for those things that will last forever. Viewed from heaven, what will we wish we had done during our time here? Roger Hershey explains this eternal mindset that is essential to living for Christ today.

7.      Evangelism: that they would know how to share their faith, and consistently step out in faith to do so

8.      Love: that love would increasingly be the marker of how they relate to God, people, and the world

  • One Another’s StudyThe following New Testament passages shed important light on the nature of our relationships as believers.  They help us see how the gospel transforms the way we relate to “one another” in Christ.

9. Multiplication: that they would learn how to multiply their kingdom impact through discipleship

10. Being sent/ World View-:

There are obviously more than 10 issues to discuss… these are some other issues we considered including:

  • What is God’s Will for my Life? – David Platt discusses how God’s will for our lives is easily found in the Bible.
  • Stewardship of Money This article is about faithful stewardship of the financial resources God has entrusted to us.
  • Purity Discipleship StudyLook at 2 verses and discuss God’s heart for purity while also getting to some of the harder questions to ask.
  • Adam Bomb Article for women from the Fantasy book regarding modesty for women and how to honor God in relationships with men.
  • The Growth ModelThe growth model for our ministry is a description of four “developmental tasks” that every person has to go through on the road to a healthy adulthood.
  • Time Management Read an article and fill out a Time Management worksheet to see how they are best using their time.
  • Spiritual Self AssessmentGet to know your disciple as they assess where they need to grow.
  • Discipleship Goal and Planning SheetHelp your disciple evaluate their time and what they are trusting God for.

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