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"Biblical discipleship," says Marvin Lorenzana, "is only complete when a faithful disciple of Jesus learns—in an intentional and relational way—how to make another faithful disciple of Jesus" (p. 3). Not many church members really believe or practice this, of course, despite the fact that Jesus actually called the very first disciples to leave their fishing nets and follow him, so that he could send them out to "fish for people" (Matthew 4:19).
This booklet raises important questions about the difference between being disciples of Jesus and being Jesus' disciple makers. Try out the questions on page 21 with your small group, Sunday school class, or ministry team. They are certain to generate a lively conversation and, potentially, a call to action!
Not just disciples, but disciple makers
By Marvin Lorenzana
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