WASHINGTON FREE METHODIST CHURCH

 

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WASHINGTON FREE METHODIST CHURCH

 

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Discipleship is a lifelong journey of pursuing Jesus Christ and helping others to do the same. Disciples are, above all, committed to Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord. 

 

Discipleship Groups are same-gender groups of 3 to 5 individuals that meet for 1 hour a week over a nine-month season. 

 

Disciples commit to… 

  • Pray daily
  • Read Scripture regularly
  • Pursue a deeper relationship with Christ
  • Open and honest accountability 
  • Make weekly sessions a priority 
  • Invite others into discipleship​​​​

Each week of our discipleship groups engage with one another through 5 key areas; relationship, accountability, instruction, systems, and encouragement as we seek to raise up disciples who raise up disciples. 

 

We currently have two Discipleship Group resource options available for groups to use.​​​

 

 

Personal Discipleship-Making Plan (David Platt)

 

Every disciple of Jesus exists to make disciples of Jesus, here and among every people group on the planet. 

 

  1. How will I fill my mind with truth?
  2. How will II fuel my affections for God?
  3. How will I share God's love as a witness?
  4. How will I show God's love to others?
  5. How will I spread God's glory to the world?
  6. How will I make disciple-makers?

 

Personal Discipleship Making Plan Discipleship Resources

9 Arts of the Spiritual Conversation (Q Place)

 

Drawing straight from the life and ministry of Jesus, The 9 Arts of Spiritual Conversations offers simple practices to help you build relationships with people who may believe differently than you do.

 

  1. Art of Noticing. 
  2. Art of Praying. 
  3. Art of Listening. 
  4. Art of Asking Questions.  
  5. Art of Welcoming. 
  6. Art of Loving. 
  7. Art of Facilitating. 
  8. Art of Serving Together. 
  9. Art of Sharing. 

 

9 Arts Discipleship Resources​​​​​