When Jesus calls someone to be his disciple, he is asking you to commit to doing three things:
1. Follow Him
The starting point of being a disciple is deciding to follow Jesus. Following Him requires a heart commitment that we will make Him the Lord of our whole lives — mind, will, emotions, past, present, and future.
2. Fellowship with others
None of the original disciples attempted to follow Jesus alone. Following Him meant following along with other disciples. Just like in the first century many of the things Jesus teaches us in life are still through our interactions with other believers. As our Pastor often says, “We are better together!”
3. Fish for people
Jesus expects all who follow Him to help others ﬁnd and follow Him, too. This means we actively seek to introduce them to Jesus.
Discipleship, therefore, is really a call to build relationships on three levels: with God, with God’s people, and with those who do not know Him.
If you want to be a disciple and make disciples you should be a part of a Small Group. Just fill out the Small Group Connect Form to get started!