Simplifying Disciple Making

We make disciple-making too complicated. We make it a program or a curriculum and it’s not.  

“Jesus appointed twelve that they might be with him and send them out to preach” (Mark 3:14). He spent time with twelve men. His purpose was to make them into disciples. He got to know them. He lived before them. He listened to them. He taught them. He modeled surrender to God for them. He loved them and showed them how to love others. It wasn't easy, but it also wasn’t complicated.

Disciple-making means spending time with people and helping them become disciples who make disciples.

It’s that simple.

Ron JohnsonComment