North Way Christian Community Church in Pittsburgh, PA

Making Disciple-Makers Lab

{section}Making Disciple-Makers Lab{/section} Part of being a disciple of Christ includes making disciple-makers. If you’re interested in learning how to disciple others, consider signing up for this two-part workshop. You’ll discover North Way’s vision for making disciple-makers, gain exposure to discipleship tools and techniques, and practice facilitating a discipleship group of your own. Completing Your Journey Nearing the end of your formational discipleship journey? Consider celebrating your relationships, marking the end of your time together, and commissioning your disciples to become disciple-makers themselves with a meaningful gift or a special celebration. One option available to you is a commemorative coin inscribed with “Making Disciple-Makers” and “Matthew 28:18-20.” Email us to request one or more Making Disciple-Makers coins for $4 each. {link}/campus/wexford-campus/#ministries|Wexford{/link} {link}/campus/oakland-campus/#ministries|Oakland{/link} {link}/campus/sewickley-valley-campus/#ministries|Sewickley Valley{/link} {link}/campus/east-end-campus/#ministries|East End{/link} {link}/campus/dormont-campus/#ministries|Dormont{/link}  

Prepare: An Introduction to Christianity

{section}Prepare: An Introduction to Christianity{/section} Prepare is a great place to begin your discipleship journey. This five-week small group experience introduces the basics of what it means to follow Jesus – such as how to begin a relationship with God, how to pray and read the Bible, and what it means to be baptized and experience the community that can be found within the church. How to Use Prepare Prepare is designed as a simple resource for you to use as you become a disciple of Jesus – and as you go about making disciples who make disciples. Our hope is that this tool will give you the confidence you need to step out in faith and disciple people whom God has placed in your life. As you go through this material, teach what you learn. The material is not meant simply to be read, but to be lived out and taught to others. Share life – not just information! This experience is designed to be highly relational, for true discipleship involves deep relationships. Jesus didn’t simply lead a weekly Bible study. He lived life with his disciples, and taught through actions as well as words. Each week, you’ll watch a video and work through the corresponding study guide on your own. Take the time to answer each question and read through each Scripture verse. Set a time to sit down over coffee or lunch with the person with whom you’re walking through this material. Over the course of four weeks, you’ll discuss what you’re learning, what questions you have and how all of this applies to your life. If you have questions along the way, please email Adult Life Champion Amanda Seidler. {section}Week 1: Prepare the Way{/section} Week 1 Study Guide Additional Resources How Now Shall We Live?, Charles Colson and Nancy Pearcey Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis Knowing God, J.I. Packer Basic Christianity, John Stott {section}Week 2: Prepare the Ground{/section} Week 2 Study Guide Additional Resources How Now Shall We Live?, Charles Colson and Nancy Pearcey Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis Knowing God, J.I. Packer Basic Christianity, John Stott {section}Week 3: Prepare for Battle{/section} Week 3 Study Guide Additional Resources Experiencing the Spirit: Developing a Living Relationship with the Holy Spirit, Robert Heidler Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit, Francis Chan {section}Week 4: Prepare for the Mission{/section} Week 4 Study Guide Additional Resources The Jesus Blueprint: Rediscovering His Original Plan for Changing the World, David Buehring A Discipleship Journey: A Guide for Making Disciples That Make Disciple-Makers, David Buehring Discipleship Essentials: A Guide to Building Your Life in Christ, Greg Ogden