The Answer to Everything
Ready for an easy Bible Quiz ??
- Who was fathered by the Holy Spirit and born to a virgin?
- Who was tempted in every way, yet remained sinless?
- Who is the Savior of the world?
- Who issued the great commission in Matthew 28?
The answer to everything.
At our house we say Jesus is the answer to every question and the solution to every problem. 🙂 You probably believe that, too, but I bet you know lots of people who wouldn’t agree with us.
These folks with an underwhelming faith sit next to you in church, stand next to you at work, and live next door to you in your neighborhood.
They long for the kind of faith and trust in Jesus that stands firm in any situation but don’t know how to get it. Maybe a name is coming to your mind right now???
The great commission in Matthew 28 says make disciples who make disciples … who make disciples… who make disciples of Jesus!
The great commission is to make disciples, but once a person says yes to Jesus (becomes a disciple), the real work of reconciling that decision with past habits and patterns can be daunting. Old temptations are alluring. The tests are real. The choices are many.
Disciple? Who? Me?
The standard definition of “disciple” is someone who adheres to the teachings of another. It is a follower or a learner. It refers to someone who takes up the ways of someone else.
Applied to Jesus, a disciple is someone who seeks to live like him — someone who, because of God’s awakening grace, conforms his or her words and ways to the words and ways of Jesus.
Making disciples is not an option. When Jesus commands to us to make disciples in Matthew 28, he uses the word disciple as a noun, but implies it’s also an action verb.
To disciple someone means teaching them Jesus’ ways through the understanding of God’s Word.
Who do you know who needs more Jesus?
Are you picturing a woman in your church who seems confused? Is there a woman in your neighborhood that asks you for council or prayer? What about that girl at work who says she’s a Christian, but the stories she tells about her weekends seem to indicate otherwise?
Wouldn’t it be great to have a way to support her to make Jesus words and ways her own? To disciple her to a better way of life and a stand firm kind of faith where Jesus is the answer to every question and the solution to every problem?
My life’s mission is to lead others to receive God’s love, acceptance and forgiveness so they can forward that love, acceptance and forgiveness to others. To make disciples who make disciples.
My solution for you.
To that end, I’ve developed a curriculum that does just that. Journey to Trust teaches the words and ways of Jesus through short video lessons and Bible study. Seamless lessons take you on a discipleship path from starting out to standing firm.
Using the T.E.A. Method of Discipleship, Journey to Trust
Activates disciples in the ways and words of Jesus.
- Feel Connected To God & Find Your People.
- Read The Bible With Understanding & Eagerness.
- Pray Big Bold Expectant Prayers.
- Discern God’s Leading & Trust His Direction.
- Find Freedom From Your Past.
- Embrace Your Identity In Christ.
- Find & Receive Forgiveness.
- Break Up With Perfect.
- Kick Fear & Worry To The Curb.
- Share Your Faith With Confidence.
Perfect for Sunday Schools, small groups, or Bible Studies, Journey to Trust can even be used for independent study. There is no prep for you and no homework for them; everything you need is included.
Forget about searching and sorting through the thousands of programs, studies, Bible commentaries and sermons to find the answers for all the questions you might be asked. I’ve spent hundreds of hours studying, researching, and living the lessons in Journey to Trust and I’m available to you to answer any question that comes up as you disciple others.
Ready to make disciples?
If you are ready to (obediently) partner with God and make disciples, get Journey to Trust today! Then just gather your girls, watch the lesson, discuss the Bible study and take action on what you learned.
It’s that simple.
Act now and save 46%.
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