We challenge any United Methodist congregation in the U.S. to tell us how your church is planning
to be engaged in the community in an outwardly-focused way, which is one part of a discipleship system.
Discipleship Ministries believes that for too long The United Methodist Church has looked for a quick fix to help guide our discipleship efforts. Therefore, we are called to be in relationship with the communities that surround our churches. We are called to recapture a spirit of movement. We must shift our thinking from fixing churches to true discipleship. We encourage you to watch this video, and learn more about #SeeAllThePeople.
What is a disciple? How are they formed? And most importantly: Why are we called to make them? In this free resource we offer clarity to these and other important questions as we seek to fulfill the mission of The United Methodist Church - To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
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The intentional discipleship movement is already happening across the connection. More and more churches and leaders are recognizing that we must have a relentless focus on making and growing disciples, and move away from fixing churches.