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LET ME HELP YOU GET STARTED

If you are interested contact me and I will help you or your church get started. Check out our classrooms and see how it would look.  I would be honored to be able to facilitate The Journey with you. -Pastor Kevin

 

Matt from LifeWay will tell you more about the philosophy and mandate behind discipleship.

PGN CLASSROOM FORUMS CAN ENHANCE YOUR SMALL GROUP CONNECTIVITY AND REACH A BROADER AUDIENCE.

PGN Classroom forums can be taken anywhere there is an internet connection on your phone, tablet, iPad or computer. You as a moderator can upload materials and keep up with your disciple’s latest questions in real-time as they review the weeks assignments in the Discipleship Forum.

 

THE DISCIPLE’S PATH IS PROGRESSIVE.

We are going somewhere—to maturity. This is not aimless wandering. These studies build on each other progressively.

 

THE DISCIPLE’S PATH IS DISCIPLINED.

What happens between meetings is more important than what happens during them. We are to teach those we’re discipling “to observe,” that is “to do” what is commanded. The greatest growth takes place when a disciple does what is commanded in Scripture, not just learns what Scripture says. That is why the end of each session in the Disciples Path series has a set of expectations that the growing disciple agrees to accomplish between meetings. At the outset of the following meeting, there is time for processing what has been experienced.

 

THE DISCIPLE’S PATH IS RELATIONAL.

For a person to become a mature disciple, he or she must journey alongside the person discipling them. As this journey toward spiritual maturity is experienced, the disciple sees the lifestyle and practices of this disciple-maker, asks important questions of that person, and is taught specific skills, truths, and principles that will be exercised for the lifetime of the disciple.

 

THE DISCIPLE’S PATH IS REPLICABLE.

Paul had in his mind that a disciple-maker disciples someone who disciples someone who disciples someone. It’s an ongoing process. The Disciples Path series was created with this principle in mind. The goal of every disciple-maker should be that the person who has been discipled then uses the series to disciple someone else. By using the same resources, even the first-time disciple-maker will be comfortable taking on this important but sometimes intimidating role.