Before our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven, he commanded His followers to “make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). The New Testament’s word for “disciple” normally meant “student,” “pupil,” or “learner.” But it could also refer to someone who went beyond merely learning from a teacher. It could refer to someone who embraced the teacher’s view of the world. In this sense, a disciple was a follower of his teacher—sometimes as committed to the teacher himself as he was to his teachings.
It is in this final sense that Christians are called to be disciples of Jesus.
The purpose of the Adult Discipleship Ministry Team is to (…coming soon)