Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Discipleship Training within the Local Church - Part 1

Often times many women committed to a local community of faith have never had the blessing of being discipled. They’ve never had another woman journey with them on a path toward maturity. They lack sound doctrine, they don’t have a clue what it means to follow Jesus or be kingdom-minded (let alone know what the Kingdom of God is), they struggle continually with the same issues, they gossip, are rebellious against authority, don’t know how to train their children and so on. These women are weak women—they get tossed around by the next crazy doctrine and make a mess of their lives. These reasons and about fifty others are why we must be discipled and disciple others.

I'd love to have you answer the questions: Who has discipled you? What kind of discipleship relationship was that? Who have you discipled?

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