In today’s Christian culture, discipleship is a popular word. It sounds hip or modern in our discussions of ecclesiological views and practices. Yet in observing this, I see that the use of modern discipleship is often shallow and simply refers to getting to know one another in church as you would a fellow member in a gym class . This is a great precursor to discipleship, but it is not discipleship in and of itself.
True discipleship is an intentional, multiplying relationship between two believers for the purpose of teaching, training, and caring for the younger believer in her relationship with Christ and in their daily life.
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