You don’t need a degree or long church history to be a part of discipleship, but you do need to know the big idea about God’s plan for humanity. The story. Once you know the main points, you’re able to see our stories inside HIS overall story.
This is an art, but one that most will have to work on from day to day. So why not take the chance to use it to hear someone’s story. Something as simple as truly listening and making people feel heard can increase the relational capitol that’s needed to disciple and be discipled.
Whether it’s a birthday, holiday, off-day, or any day ending in “y,” each day is another opportunity to celebrate and get together. Invite a person, couple, or family to your next get together or outing, and start building relationships.
have fun, recreational activities that they engage in together. These experiences present us with fresh and vibrant ways in which to spend time and share life with each other. Lets view recreation as a gift to enjoy our diversity while simultaneously deepening our relational capacity.
Let’s make it a priority to be aware of spaces and moments to bless others by serving and meeting needs. Those needs can be small or great, quick or annual projects, but are very important in establishing a culture of serving our neighborhoods and surrounding areas.
Grab A Bite
Here’s something that we’re all doing, each day, each week. Why not reach out to someone else to do it with you? Invite someone to lunch, dinner, maybe even coffee or desert. Whether it’s 1 on 1, couples, or entire families, this simple but powerful rhythm could be a game-changing component in joining Jesus on mission to make disciples.