Check out some of these resources to learn more about what it looks like to be a disciple and how to cultivate healthy discipleship relationship
The tool we use to work through Discipleship is called M.A.W.L. - We believe the best way to equip someone in a desired skill or activity is to MODEL the desired skill/activity for them, have them ASSIST you in doing it, WATCH them do it and then LEAVE them to do it on their own.
Discipleship Starting Point: This online personal assessment has been designed to help disciple makers get to know where someone is coming from in the spiritual life. The results can also guide people to form a plan of topics to address and develop a starting point in a discipleship relationship.
Antioch Discipleship App: Head over to the App Store to get the Antioch Discipleship App. The app includes lessons and practicals for new believers and for those who are interested in learning more about how to strengthen their relationship with God and live missionally.
Youversion Bible App: Installed on over 385 million devices all over the world, the Bible App offers a free Bible experience in over 60 languages for smartphones, tablets, and online at Bible.com. You can share scriptures with friends and even go through topical studies together.
Tending Your Heart: Tending Your Heart is meant to help you cultivate a lifestyle of inviting Jesus into your daily life. This packet includes prompts and practicals that will help you grow in intimacy with Jesus. There are two different versions of this available for you.
Seven Steps to Freedom: The Bible says we are made to walk in total freedom. This packet is great to go through with a small discipleship group, as we let go of things that are holding us back from total freedom.
Spheres worksheet: This worksheet is designed to help you identify your sphere of influence. Your sphere of influence is the network of people in your everyday life that you have the opportunity to effect with the gospel.
5 Asks: We are asking members of our community of faith to commit to these 5 goals.
How People Change: This diagram is a tool that teaches us to abide in Jesus by identifying the "heat" (challenges, blessings, struggles, etc.) in our lives, acknowledging the negative responses we are tempted with, bringing them to the cross, and seeking God's guidance in the moment so that we obey Him and bear fruit with Him.
90:12 Exercise: It says in Psalm 90:12 “Teach us to number our days aright, that we might gain a heart of wisdom.” This exercise helps us to break our day up into 3 segments to plan when we are doing the things we value: time with God, family, exercise, work, etc.
Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert Coleman: In this book, Coleman goes into how we can minister to and intentionally invest in people God brings into our lives.
30 Days to Understand the Bible by Max Anders: 30 Days to Understanding the Bible helps you learn to the core story of the Bible, forms of literature in the Bible and how to read the Bible. Through interesting, memory-enhancing exercises, 30 Days to Understanding the Bible acquaints readers with the core teachings of Scripture in just 15 minutes a day!
Go Make Disciples by Drew Steadman: Throughout this book, Steadman goes deeper into how we can live with the Great Commission at the front of our minds. The book also includes practical application questions and action steps.