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All scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.  2 Timothy 3:16

Below are lessons and instructions that anyone may use to help further the gospel and education in God’s word.

The following are designed for THE BASIC DISCIPLESHIP COURSE:  Each lesson is meant to be taught over a 30 minute to 1 hour session.  (Audio lessons of 30 minutes each will soon be available-keep watch)

Discipleship 101:  Salvation, Sin and Satan

Discipleship 101-2 The Bible! Where Did It Come From? Why do we need it?

Discipleship 101-3 Who is God?

Discipleship 101-4  The Trinity

Discipleship 101-5  Who is This Jesus?

Discipleship 101-6  Jesus, the Cross, and the Resurrection

Discipleship 101-7  The Holy Spirit–Who? 

Discipleship 101-8 The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Discipleship 101-9 The Church

Discipleship 101-10 Baptism and Communion (Coming soon!)

Discipleship 101-11 Making Disciples: The Mission of God

Discipleship 101-12 Christian Living and Social Justice

Discipleship 101-13 Spiritual Warfare

Discipleship 101-14 Heaven, Hell and the Judgment (Coming soon!)

The following are lessons on the importance and methods of STORYTELLING THE GOSPEL

Discipleship Through Story

Evangelism Through Story

Storytelling Strategies for Discipleship

More Strategies for Telling Repeatable Evangelistic Bible Stories

Still More Strategies for Telling Repeatable Evangelistic Bible Stories

EVANGELISM THROUGH STORYTELLING (for oral cultures, animists, and those who learn audibly):

1.  God Created the Spirit World: A Worldview Changing Evangelistic Story

Story 2: God Created All/The Second Story in the Evangelical Series of Stories

Story 3: The Disobedience of Adam and Eve

Story 4: Noah and the Flood

Story 5:  The Tower of Babel

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2 comments on “Lessons
  1. Honoble Director sir,
    Mission calling,
    greetings you joshua from india andhrapradesh in the name of jesus christ.
    sir my name is joshua,working in india andhrapradesh for the sake of christ.
    sir wring to the knowledge are so happy for the mission calling and its works and its calling to god purpose fullfilling vision of god.
    sir we are praise god and happy for your vision wonderful to bring many souls to christ.
    sir here we are working for the souls to bring and working toward untill all we bring to the knoledg of christ.
    sir here we are standing for the mission calling help to bring many souls for christ,
    sir please extend your valuble mission to india andhraprades.
    there are many people those are unreached to the gospel and love of jesus.
    sir it is our humle request to you please you can expand the mission clling here.
    it is so helpful in future that god will help us to bring many souls into the body of christ.
    thank you sir,
    we hope and believe that you may consider our request.
    thank you sir,
    we lookforward for your valuble words.
    thank you sir,
    yours in his gladly service,
    joshua thumpala,

  2. Heather, you are right on. Obedience is key. There have been times I have discipled sonomee I wasn’t naturally drawn to, but I knew God was telling me you need to do this. And as we spent time together, the relationship grew. So yes, it can be done, even if there is not a natural affinity for that person. However, surveys show that the effectiveness of an individual’s discipleship ministry is in direct proportion to the quality of relationships he has been able to establish with his men/women. I have found it is much easier to disciple sonomee I just naturally am drawn to; but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to disciple sonomee we’re not drawn to.Thanks for your comment! It’s great to hear from you.

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