- 1 What is meant by discipleship and why is it important?
- 2 What are the 3 aspects of discipleship?
- 3 What is the biblical meaning of disciple?
- 4 How do you show discipleship?
- 5 How would you define discipleship in your life?
- 6 What are the benefits of discipleship?
- 7 What are the characteristics of a disciple?
- 8 What is meant by discipleship?
- 9 Who is a true disciple?
- 10 What is the difference between a follower and a disciple?
- 11 What is the root word of disciple?
- 12 Who was the female disciple?
- 13 How did Jesus model discipleship?
- 14 What is the setting for Jesus call to discipleship?
- 15 What is discipleship training?
What is meant by discipleship and why is it important?
Discipleship is meant to pass on the wisdom and leadership of Christ to every person who seeks to follow him. We see the model laid out in the Bible, beginning with Jesus, and the whole point is to raise up believers who are dedicated to Him, and as a result, step into the calling that God has given.
What are the 3 aspects of discipleship?
The 3 Kinds of Discipleship
- Person-Oriented Discipleship. This is where most discipleship relationships begin, particularly between a Christian and a non-Christian.
- Content-Oriented Discipleship.
- Task-Oriented Discipleship.
What is the biblical meaning of disciple?
1: one who accepts and assists in spreading the doctrines of another: such as. a Christianity: one of the twelve in the inner circle of Christ’s followers according to the Gospel accounts. b: a convinced adherent of a school or individual a disciple of Freud.
How do you show discipleship?
Steps to Follow Jesus’ Example of Discipleship
- Teaching (previous post on how to do this)
- Modeling/Acting as an example.
- Loving others.
- Connecting with others.
- Correcting them.
- Serving and outreach.
- Inviting others to walk alongside to do the same.
How would you define discipleship in your life?
And finally, Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible gives this description of a disciple: “Someone who follows another person or another way of life and who submits himself to the discipline (teaching) of that leader or way.”
What are the benefits of discipleship?
Now, the benefits of one-on-one discipleship:
- Discipleship creates opportunities to share the Gospel.
- Discipleship helps you build strong relationships with newer Christians.
- Discipleship helps you learn to better teach basic Bible truths.
- Discipleship helps you memorize Scripture.
What are the characteristics of a disciple?
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.
What is meant by discipleship?
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. The primary purpose of Jesus’ coming to the world was to establish the kingdom of God through his death.
Who is a true disciple?
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?”
What is the difference between a follower and a disciple?
As nouns the difference between follower and disciple
is that follower is (literally) one who follows, comes after another while disciple is a person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others.
What is the root word of disciple?
The word “disciple” comes from the Latin word discipulus meaning “student”. Most people believe a disciple is a follower, probably because of the religious context, but in reality it means student. It’s derived from the root word discere — “to learn.”
Who was the female disciple?
“Apart from ‘the twelve’ there was Mary called Magdalene, Joanna and Suzanna. “Luke’s gospel says the women were providing for Jesus’s disciples ‘out of their own resources’.
How did Jesus model discipleship?
Jesus‘ model of discipleship revolved around teaching his disciples a lesson, and giving them opportunities to step out in faith. He built relationships with them, rebuked them, and ultimately his goal was to prepare them to be able to disciple others.
What is the setting for Jesus call to discipleship?
The call to discipleship is defined all throughout the Bible, but one of the most prominent places is found in Luke chapter 14. Luke chapter 14 defines a disciple as someone who is abandoned and surrendered to Christ, someone who has an undivided heart that is wholly dedicated to loving the Lord.
What is discipleship training?
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.