When It Comes to Disciple Making …
You Get What You Aim For!
Because the church grows at the edges, discipling new believers may be one of the most important things you do! Jesus knew this. At the pivotal post-resurrection point, he took the newer-in-faith and synergized a movement. Yet the biblical example and current trends do not match--churches lack consistently in four areas:
Aim: They fail to shoot for the new believer's evangelistic influence.
Approach: They teach, but do not instill practices.
Angle: Non-relational follow-up leads to disconnected disciples.
Anticipation: Limited time did not produce lasting impact.
Re-visioning, First Steps offers a fourfold course correction. Set your sights on the superior targets--and exciting results await! This guide will prepare you for the biggest assignment ever given: turn simple followers into strategic players.