“Disciple” Message 1-16-22

20 January 2022
Series: Luke

Point: Jesus told His church to go make disciples. In order to be obediently effective in this we must agree that a discipler to Jesus Christ must actively be a disciple of Jesus who is consistently being discipled in Jesus Christ.

Scripture: Matthew 28:18-20; Luke 1:1-4


1. Read Matthew 29:18-20. Are you being discipled right now? Explain.

Further Discussion: Who is discipling you and what does that look like?

Consider: If you aren’t being discipled, who do you know who could disciple you?

2. Have you ever discipled anyone? If so, what did that look like? Explain.

Further Discussion: What are some hesitations you have when it comes to discipleship?

Consider: If you aren’t discipling anyone, who do you know who you could disciple?

3. Why is discipleship so important? Explain.

Further Discussion: What is at stake if every person in the church doesn’t engage in discipleship – being discipled and making disciples?

Consider: What is at stake for you personally if you don’t engage in discipleship? Explain.

4. Sermon Application:

Conviction: How did the sermon (or this Scripture) challenge you personally? Be specific.

Character: What about you needs to change in light of what you’ve learned? Be honest and specific.

Competence: What is your plan for being discipled and making disciples? Share with the group what you are going to do, how you are going to do it, and when you are going to do it. Leaders – Write everyone’s plan down in a journal and come back to it next week during breakouts.

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