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What would happen if we stopped fixing our church and started seeing all the people Christ calls us to reach?

A movement of United Methodists who have decided to keep our focus on the main thing: making disciples of Jesus Christ.

Church focuses on growing disciples, serving community

The Rev. Erik Grayson is in his first appointment at Aldersgate UMC in North Charleston, S.C., and in those six years they have begun to see much fruit in their discipleship efforts.

A disciple is one who knows Christ, is growing in Christ, serving Christ, and sharing Christ.

How One Church is Supporting Frontline Workers

At First United Methodist Church in Yukon, Oklahoma, we lift up a way that we, as a church, can be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. To date, we have made over 200 masks for hospitals and doctors’ offices around the state.

On the Brühl | A Documentary Short

An Irish pastor living in Chemnitz, Germany, the heart of the neo-Nazi movement, helps transform a neighborhood and its people. The story of Rev. Barry Sloan will challenge you and make you question everything your church is doing to engage your community.

The Future of Discipleship

As we think about the future of discipleship, we can learn much from the African American church tradition. The love, the faithfulness, and the discipleship in the Black Church offer aspirational insight into how all of our church relationships can look.

If we are serious about changing the culture in our churches, we need to get serious about discipleship.

Church Reaches Out to Community by Delivering Groceries

At Edmond First United Methodist Church, our mission statement is “Connecting people with God and Neighbor,” and this spiritual thesis statement holds true today, even with an empty sanctuary. Our grocery shopping program has been a joint effort between those who need to stay inside for safety and to flatten the curve and those who can more safely shop or use grocery pick-up.

How Do You #SeeAllThePeople?

#SeeAllThePeople means having a discipleship system that begins with being in relationship with those around our churches.

Share Your Story

Whether you're already taking steps to #SeeAllThePeople or have no idea what it means, tell us what you're doing in your community.

Develop a Discipleship System

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.

Available Now: Online
Discipleship Booklet

In our current landscape, more and more churches are beginning to add an online presence. Use this new booklet to strengthen what you are currently doing and expand your online discipleship efforts around Worship, Generosity, New Member Orientation, and so much more!

Discipleship begins
with relationships

Inspired by a true story, "Sarah" shows how a chance encounter turns out to be the push one woman needs to follow her dreams.

Teaching Series:
Discipleship Begins
with Relationship

This free, three-session video teaching series is designed to communicate the basic principles behind the #SeeAllThePeople movement.

Engaging Your Community

Engagement seeks to ensure that outreach and evangelism efforts become a vital part of an intentional system of discipleship.

Share with Friends

Discipleship begins with relationships. Use these tools for social media to share how you #SeeAllThePeople.