Importance Of Biblical Discipleship

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Biblical foundation for millennial discipleship The church must strive to have in place a biblical foundation to discipleship that relates to the millennial generation. All of the churches discipleship efforts should strive to build and foster authentic relationships. We are at a precarious point in the life of the church where the Christian community must come to a conclusion to rethink the efforts to making disciples. “Some (though not all) ministries have taken cues from the assembly line, doing everything possible to streamline the manufacture of shiny new Jesus-followers, fresh from the factory floor. But disciples cannot be mass-produced. Disciples are handmade, one relationship at a time.” In today’s culture the church needs new architects to design a way in which the local church community can foster and build authentic relationships that lead to discipleship. Leaders understand their inspiration can only come from the scripture, but where can present day leaders find inspiration that leads them to a new approach to discipleship…show more content…
It is not just about evangelism, but it is also about being present where God has you a presence. The most authentic example found in scripture is the life of Jesus Christ. Jesus was everywhere. He went to the synagogue and temple, the lake, the park, the blue collar workers home, the home of the rich. He walked in the city, the country, He slept in beds, in dirt, ate what was given to Him. In summary, “He was where we are. He listened to people talk about their lives, their problems, their health issues, their ideologies, and their politics. His feet were dirty, His hands were dirty, to sum it up, He was where we are.” In portraying these qualities, then I believe we as the church can lead millennials out of worldliness into

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