Discipleship isn’t straightforward
We all know discipleship to Jesus is vital for our faith and witness. But it’s hard to get our hands on it, because it’s been defined in so many different ways.
Does discipleship just mean more Bible knowledge? More church attendance? Better behavior? Less sinning?
Discipleship in the way of Jesus
As we look at how Jesus himself made disciples in the Gospels, we notice that he his way of seeing the world provided the foundation for his own practice of making disciples.
Learning to be like Jesus, then, must mean learning to see like Jesus.
That’s what we talk about at Follow the Way: A Discipleship Workshop
We explore the missing ingredient in our discipleship (and the reason so many of us don’t want to “go there”), and 8 “axioms for discipleship” that act as a new pair of glasses for us to begin to see the world like Jesus did, so we can be empowered to live in the fullness of God’s love like Jesus.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- The missing ingredient in our discipleship (according to Jesus)
- 8 “axioms for discipleship” rooted in how Jesus saw the world
- A way to reflect on and discern how God may be at work in your life right now
- How to craft a practical “experiment of trust” to take a next step in your discipleship
A typical schedule for a Follow the Way Workshop:
- Friday night 7-9pm – Session 1 (focused on teaching)
- Saturday morning 9am-12pm – Sessions 2 and 3 (focused on practice and debrief)
We also can do this workshop all on one day, typically:
- Saturday 9am – 3pm
Sound interesting? Fill out the form below to get in touch about booking a workshop in your area.