Are you a Believer, Follower, or Disciple of Jesus?
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.” –Jesus, Matthew 28:19a
Did you know that we are told to “make disciples,” not just believers or followers of Jesus? Being a believer in Jesus is a necessary starting point, and being a follower of Jesus is a good next step, but if you want to be all that Jesus wants you to be, then you need to consider doing the things necessary to become a fully trained disciple of Jesus.
Disciples of Jesus don't just believe or follow - they do. They're intent on learning about Jesus, obeying Jesus, and so much more importantly, becoming like Jesus. That's right, we're supposed to be teaching, praying, serving, helping, and doing the will of the Father - just like Jesus did.
Do you want to be an intentional disciple maker?
"A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone when he is fully trained will be like his teacher." – Jesus, Luke 6:40
One major focus Jesus had while he walked the earth was the making of disciples. To be a disciple of Jesus means that, like Jesus, you’re intentionally involved in making disciples; in turn, will make other disciples. But of course, it’s really hard to be a disciple if you’re not a fully trained disciple yourself, right?
If your passion is to obey Jesus – to get on board with his passion to make disciples, to advance the kingdom of God – but don’t feel like you’ve ever been fully trained to actually make a disciple, then the Propel: 16 Block Discipleship Program is for you.
To find out more about the Propel: 16 Block Discipleship Program:
To go straight to the 16 Building Blocks page: