This study gives the biblical description of a disciple and looks at the examples of Jesus and Paul, who invested not just information but “their own selves” (1 Thess. 2:8). The conclusion is that the best relational context for change is found in a personal intimate discipling relationship.
What is my responsibility as a discipler? This study addresses that question as well as clearly demonstrating that it is God who causes growth in a disciple, not the discipler. Guidelines are given in how to fulfill this role as the discipler.
Jesse and Kelly courageously share their life’s story which includes a past full of drugs, alcohol, and strained relationships until God transformed their marriage and lives through their church, small groups, and the personal discipleship training found in CTO (God’s Call To Obedience).
Umar passionately shares his marriage experience full of trying to be a controller of people until God transformed his marriage through the personal “life-to-life not head-to-head” discipleship training through CTO.
Here is a great story of how God works when we take that first step of obedience… the names have been changed, but the story hasn’t!!!!