COMMITMENT TO DISCIPLESHIP

Difficulty: Intermediate Course

As disciples we are commanded to make disciples.

COMMITMENT TO DISCIPLESHIP

Course Overview:

The purpose of Commitment to Discipleship is designed to illustrate the process of disciple-making that Jesus taught and modeled. The Lord Himself has commissioned His Church to make discipleship her greatest priority. In this class we will examine how well the contemporary Church (corporately and individually) has done in obeying the Lord in this area.

Session II- 2022

Session One: Introduction and Overview

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Two: The Kind of Person God Uses/ Jesus is Lord

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Three: The Kind of Person God Uses/ Jesus is Lord pt. 3

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Four: The Kind of Person God Uses/ Jesus is Lord pt. 4

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Five: The Kind of Person God Uses/ Jesus is Lord pt. 5

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Six: The Kind of Person God Uses/ Jesus is Lord pt. 6

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Seven: The Cost of Discipleship

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Eight: The Cost of Discipleship II

Become more familiar with the textbook. Learn more about a biblical definition of a “Disciple”. Be able to define the attributes of a faithful “Disciple”

Session Nine: A Proper View of God and Man

Become more familiar with a Scriptural view of God and man. Learn about the attributes of God. Understand more about the relevancy of a proper view of God and man in respect to discipleship.

Session Ten: A Proper View of God and Man

Become more familiar with a Scriptural view of God and man. Learn about the attributes of God. Understand more about the relevancy of a proper view of God and man in respect to discipleship.

Session Eleven: Evangelism and the Disciple part 1

Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will become more familiar with the Great Commission. Learn about Jesus’ model for evangelism for the Church. Understand more about the framework for evangelism    

    Session Twelve: Evangelism and the Disciple part 2

    Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will become more familiar with the Great Commission. Learn about Jesus’ model for evangelism for the Church. Understand more about the framework for evangelism

      Session Thirteen: Evangelism and the Disciple part 3

      Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will become more familiar with the Great Commission. Learn about Jesus’ model for evangelism for the Church. Understand more about the framework for evangelism

        Session Fourteen: Evangelism and the Disciple part 4

        Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will become more familiar with the Great Commission. Learn about Jesus’ model for evangelism for the Church. Understand more about the framework for evangelism

          Session Fifteen: Recruiting a Perspective Disciple pt. 1

          Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the rationale for recruiting disciples. Learn about how Jesus’ model for recruiting prospective disciples is both distinct and similar for the Church today. Learn eight principles that should be on the mind when recruiting a prospective disciple

              Session Sixteen: Recruiting a Perspective Disciple pt. 2

              Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the rationale for recruiting disciples. Learn about how Jesus’ model for recruiting prospective disciples is both distinct and similar for the Church today. Learn eight principles that should be on the mind when recruiting a prospective disciple

                  Session Seventeen: How to Train A Disciple: Follow and Imparting the Basics pt. 1

                  Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the importance of following-up with a prospective disciple. Learn about how to impart basic skills for training a disciple. Learn four basic principles of making a disciple

                        Session Eighteen: How to train A Disciple: Follow and Imparting the Basics pt. 2

                        Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the importance of following-up with a prospective disciple. Learn about how to impart basic skills for training a disciple. Learn four basic principles of making a disciple

                            Session Nineteen: How to train A Disciple: Follow and Imparting the Basics pt. 3

                            Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the importance of following-up with a prospective disciple. Learn about how to impart basic skills for training a disciple. Learn four basic principles of making a disciple

                                Session Twenty: Recruiting a Perspective Disciple: Imparting the Basics pt 4

                                Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the rationale for recruiting disciples. Learn about how Jesus’ model for recruiting prospective disciples is both distinct and similar for the Church today. Learn eight principles that should be on the mind when recruiting a prospective disciple

                                    Session Twenty-One: Convictions and Perspectives, Gifts and Callings

                                    Lesson Objectives – At the end of this lesson, students will: Become more familiar with the rationale for recruiting disciples. Learn about how Jesus’ model for recruiting prospective disciples is both distinct and similar for the Church today. Learn eight principles that should be on the mind when recruiting a prospective disciple

                                        SESSION I

                                        What is a Disciple?

                                        A disciple of Jesus values what Jesus values. They long to know Him and make Him known. A disciple of Jesus listens and obeys God’s commands. A disciple of Jesus is not perfect—just forgiven and invited to join God in an adventure to change the world.

                                        Instructions to receive credit for online viewing:

                                        1. First & Last Name
                                        2. Date & Time you watched video
                                        3. List Scriptures used during class
                                        4. Comments and questions you have

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