With these words Jesus commissioned His original disciples--and all future followers--with His primary strategy to mature and multiply His church!
Disciple-making is reproducing the character, ways and mission of Jesus in those around us, expecting them to multiply the same within others.
A Discipleship Journey is a resource created to equip followers of Jesus to grow spiritually while being empowered to make disciples that make disciple-makers. Whether it is grounding a young believer in core biblical truths or shoring up the foundations of veterans of the faith, this interactive resource leads Jesus followers through a dozen key discipleship themes. Punctuated with a year's worth of reflections on the character of God and historical quotes from leaders throughout church history, this manual is designed to equip disciples on their journeys and serve as a tool to aid them in obeying the command of Jesus to "make disciples"
This Manual is our Featured Resource
It is scripturally sound. This manual is rooted in the truths of God's Word. It builds precept upon precept of basic truths of Scripture.
It is proven. Many people from the Dozen Domains of Society and from many streams have used the ADJ manual to make Disciple-makers. Churches both small and large are using it to ground new believers and faithful followers of Jesus.
It is a practical guide in making Disciple-Makers! There are 12 themes covered in this manual, or as others have called it "A Handbook for the Bible":
A Call to Discipleship
The Grace of God
The Cross, Sin, & Repentance
Hearing the Voice of God
The Disciple's Disciplines
The Church in Acts
Advancing the Kingdom
Purpose, Passion, and Giftedness
Mentoring and Making Disciples
Available in four different editions: Standard edition, Spanish edition, German edition, and Seventh Day Adventist edition. You can purchase them here.
A 48-session DVD series that is tailor-made for the ADJ manual. Each session contains a 12-15 minute teaching by author Dave Buehring. All types of small groups, organizations, and churches have used this resource.