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Episode 73: Steven Sanchez- Is Discipleship in your DNA?


Pastor Steven Sanchez was discipled in college by men who encouraged him in his new faith. This led to his belief that discipleship is an integral part of every Christian's faith walk and it should be encouraged within the local church. This is the first episode in our Discipleship Defined Series. Our hope is to answer the question "What is discipleship, where does it take place, and how should we respond? In our conversation, Steven and I define discipleship, describe the responsibility of the local church as "disciple enablers", and discuss why discipleship must be simple, intentional, and reproducible.


Books:

Deep Discipleship- JT English

Real Life Discipleship- Jim Putman

Gentle art of discipling Women- Dana Yeakley


Podcasts:

Making Disciples- Robby Gallaty

The Journeywoman Podcast


Steven's Email:

Steven.sanchez@palmcroft.com



Discussion Questions:

  1. Where do you like to meet with others if you are hanging out or meeting to talk about spiritual subjects?

  2. What does the word discipleship mean to you?

  3. Where do you go when you are looking for life advice?

  4. What roadblocks keep you from discipleship?

  5. Is your church more heavily evangelistic or disciple-making? What adjustments could be made to find balance between those and how can you help make that happen?

  6. What might it look like for you to fulfill the command given to us in Matthew 28?

  7. What does it mean to be a weak believer?

  8. IN your opinion, when does discipleship start?

  9. If your call to discipleship is independent from what your church is doing, what step of faith do you need to take to become a disciple maker?


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