Is discipleship about gaining knowledge, or is it about a transformed life? Is it a series of classes or, like with Jesus and his pals, was it an all of life kind of a deal? In this episode of Lifeschool, we’re gonna talk about true discipleship and look at what a lifestyle of discipleship looks like when it is all woven into the normal rhythms of your everyday life in community.
What I (Caesar) have found from speaking and training all over the world, and getting a zillion emails, is that the average Christian is looking to move their faith from just a weekly Sunday event, to a daily, vibrant experience in the normal rhythms of everyday life. They are searching for a more authentic, (even super-natural) lifestyle with family and close friends.
And that’s a good thing! Because that’s how discipleship-true biblical discipleship actually happens.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- A working definition of discipleship that will reshape your thinking on this immediately
- How Jesus lived life with his disciples and what he then hoped/commanded them to do
- Why a series of 8-10 classes done in a classroom will never produce mature disciples
- Why an integrated lifestyle “apprenticeship” was Jesus’ model for us
- What to do if your first attempts at discipleship in community fails
You really can break out of the “Christian cycle” of the busyness of life and work with a just a little Sunday church or weekly small group jammed in–when it fits. We want this for you…
Imagine having the tools, confidence and encouragement you need to have a healthy family and vibrant life in missional community. A lifestyle of discipleship and mission.
Check out a rare opportunity to join me and my family and see what this lifestyle looks like and learn for yourself how to live and replicate this lifestyle.
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