Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father
and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age
As a believer, God has called us to make it our purpose to go into all the world and preach the gospel. Our focus should be on His purpose above all.
Whatever happened to witnessing and telling others about Jesus?
Where does Evangelism stand within the walls of the church, true evangelism without the Hollywood touch?
Jesus commanded us to Make Disciples of all Nations. Discipleship is more than telling people to find a church and hoping for the best. Discipleship takes ownership of those who have been lead to Christ and there is a desire to see them become strong viable Christians.
Our military will not let new recruits be lead into battle before they go through “Boot Camp”.
What can we do, as a church and within our individual ministries to develop a Christian “Boot Camp” for those who have been lead to Christ?
Jesus command goes on to say ” teaching them to observe and obey all things whatsoever I have commanded you”. His expectation is that we, the discipled, would teach the “new recruits” all that we were taught.
How many newly converted Christians have been left without proper teaching on what God expects from them as His Children?
What things should they be obeying and observing that God commanded us? What type of Christians do you get when they are not properly taught? Look around in the world today…can you spot them?