We are compelled to be and make disciples of Jesus. We believe Jesus Christ is supreme and worthy of all devotion, worship, and emulation, and disciple making is a natural and necessary life response to Jesus. With laser focus, it was Jesus himself who made disciples who could make disciples . . . and Jesus commands us to do the same (Matt. 28:16–20; John 20:21). We prefer to use the expression “disciple making” over “discipleship” because the former is closer to the words of the Great Commission and the latter is often mischaracterized (Matt. 28:18–20).
Join Bobby Harrington, Greg Odgen, Joanne Kraft, and Danny Hinton on Thursday, October 22nd @ 10am (CDT) for a lively discussion on “What compels a person to be a disciple and make disciples?”.