Discipleship Systems resources
December 3, 2019 / By UNY Communications
Editor’s Note: The 2019 Issue II of the Advocate focused on Discipleship Systems. These are the resources that were suggested for more reading on the topic.
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Three Simple Rules for Christian Living
By Reuben P. Job
A Wesleyan Way of Living-Do No Harm, Do Good, and Stay In Love With God. This study is designed to help you return to those early Wesleyan understandings of spiritual disciplines that can transform us and the world. As you take this journey, you will discover that these three rules (Do No Harm, Do Good, Stay In Love With God) can lead you to a more faithful way of living as a disciple of Jesus Christ.
The Jesus Challenge: 21 Days of Loving God and Neighbor
By Justin LaRosa
The Jesus Challenge: 21 Days of Loving God and Neighbor is a 3-week journey to help you become more attentive to your relationship with God. This book and DVD invites you to move from forgetfulness to remembering, from distraction to intentionality, and from self-sufficiency to God-reliance, so that you can live lives that center on loving God and loving others as ourselves.
Membership to Discipleship: Growing Mature Disciples who Make Disciples
By Phil Maynard
Based on years of teaching on the Membership to Discipleship theme and working with congregations on intentional discipleship, this book brings together the best understanding and practices for building a process for growing maturing disciples in our churches.
Get clarity on what a disciple is, how disciples grow, what kinds of relational support work at different points in the journey and create a core curriculum that helps people reach the vision cast for maturing disciples. Best of all, discover in fresh new ways the power of John Wesley’s process for growing maturing disciples.
The Wesley Challenge
By Chris Folmsbee
Wesley who? As mature Methodists, the question seems unimaginable, but do our younger laypeople know who John Wesley was and what he means to our church? The Wesley Challenge introduces our denomination’s father in a practical and accessible way through twenty-one questions studied over three weeks. This series is a great way for your entire church to renew its passion and discover a deeper commitment to God—one that is more authentic, vulnerable, and soul-shaping. Daily posts and messages are designed with an emphasis on graphics and short content bits to engage your physical, emotional, and spiritual lives throughout the 21-day study which offers a book, a Leader Guide, a Youth Study Book, and a DVD.