Why do we need discipleship?

Why is discipleship important? Discipleship is important because we want people to become fully committed followers of Christ. Discipleship helps believers to grow in their faith, to grow in maturity and wisdom, and build their faith on a strong foundation so that they can then disciple and lead others towards Christ.

What is a discipleship program?

YWAM is a Discipleship Training School (DTS) that seeks to bring you closer to God. In the lecture phase, you are growing a deeper relationship with God through prayer, worship, and studying the Bible. During the outreach phase, you go overseas to implement what you learned in the classroom to real life.

What do you do in discipleship?

Ideas for discipleship can include, consistent meetings, vulnerability, accountability, prayer, fasting, corporate worship, Bible study, scripture memorization, setting goals, and using available resources. There are over 20 discipleship ideas to grow in spiritual maturity.

What is true discipleship?

Webster’s definition of a disciple is “a pupil or follower of any teacher or school.”[i] A true disciple is not just a student or a learner, but a follower: one who applies what he has learned. Thus, a true disciple will ask, “What would Jesus do?”

How can I be a good discipleship?

What are qualities of discipleship? Qualities of discipleship include going to share the Good News to non-believers, teaching, loving God, loving others, standing out, denying ourselves, being firm in God’s word, fellowship with other believers, imitators of Christ, dedicated, steadfast, and investing in missions.

How do you define discipleship?

A disciple has been shown to be someone who follows the teachings, life, and aim of another until the person becomes like the master. Discipleship in the Christian sense is the process of making someone become like Christ. The disciple of Christ is to become like Christ in everything.

How do you show discipleship?

Demonstrating Our Discipleship through Love and Service

  1. Remember their names and the names of their family members and become acquainted with them.
  2. Love them without judging them.
  3. Watch over them and strengthen their faith “one by one,” as the Savior did (3 Nephi 11:15).

What is an example of discipleship?

Jesus’ story is one that most people here in the US are familiar with, and his earthly ministry gives us the greatest example of discipleship in the whole Bible. First, Jesus called twelve men to follow Him. They dropped everything they were doing and committed their lives to following and learning His ways.

Is there an age limit for DTS?

▸What is the minimum age limit for DTS? In general the minimum age is 18, however we do consider applications from 17-year-olds if they have completed high school, will turn 18 prior to the outreach portion of the course. They will need to be accompanied by their legal guardian to registration on arrival day.

What does the Bible say about making disciples?

Each of these verses describes one facet of how the Gospel will be taken to the ends of the earth. In this episode of Harvest Dave Wirgau uses “the Archer illustration” to show how you can reach the nations through making disciples. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

What does the Bible say about discipleship in Hebrews 10?

Dave Wirgau examines Hebrews 10:24-25, breaking down the “let us” statements in those verses to illustrate three hallmarks of biblical community in discipleship. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

What did Dave Wirgau say about discipleship?

Dave Wirgau examines Isaiah 55, casting the vision of discipleship as the means of spreading the gospel to the ends of the earth. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.