360 Disciple discusses many facets of discipleship. While this cannot be an exhaustive study on the subject, it does cover five important habits of a disciple: Bible reading, prayer, connecting to a church family, stewardship, and witnessing.
Spiritual Health Planner When was your last spiritual check-up? Assess where you are in your spiritual walk, where you want to be, and how to get there with this practical, personalized plan for growth in five key areas: worship, connect, grow, serve, and go. Use with your small group and entire church. Book includes a Spiritual Health Assessment Tool, a Friend Feedback assessment, a Spiritual Health Plan, steps for spiritual growth ranging from goals you can easily meet to ones that challenge mature believers, and practical suggestions. Leader Kit includes CD-ROM, Spiritual Health Planner with Spiritual Health Assessment Tool, and 10 two-ply tests.
Offer Sunday school classes geared to the different age groups. A systematic study of the Bible is a great way to make sure the people who attend your church are developing a strong foundation of biblical knowledge and are applying it to their lives. [Radiant Life Resources]
Offer small groups. Small groups are a great way to grow the “familiarity” with the people in your church. Topical small groups often introduce people who were previously unknown to one another. These are often held in the church, if space allows, or in members’ homes. [Secrets Bible Study (020505) and NTHFG DVD (260946)]
Wednesday night Bible studies. Offering a midweek Bible study is a great way for every member of a family to connect with others and deepen their walk with God. [Good Anger, Bad Anger (331100), The Writings of John (020131)]