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Since we’re talking about making disciples

Posted by on Mar 26, 2010 in discipleship | 1 comment

In my previous post, I encouraged my readers to join the “Making Disciples” Facebook page. The purpose of that page is to encourage people to actually make disciples, not just talk about it.

Making disciples is very important. In fact, I think it’s one of our callings as followers of Jesus Christ. But, it’s much easier to talk about, read about, discuss, and argue about making disciples than to actually make disciples.

So, how do you make disciples?

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  1. 3-26-2010

    Start by establishing relationships with those you are hoping to disciple to Jesus. We have invited several not-yet-believers over to our house tonight with the intent of getting to know them. We’ll see how it goes, and if they come. But all that to say, the first step is to at least make contact with those we are seeking to disciple.