We desire to obey the Great Comandment and the Great Commission of Jesus:
 
Love God with reckless abandon
Love others like you want to be loved
Make Disciples
 
We have provided some tools to help you in your journey of making disciples. Feel free to download them and use them to advance the Kingdom.
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Matthew 28:18-20 And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,20 teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” There is not just one “right” way to fulfill the command of Jesus to make disciples. There are many ways to walk this mission out. One common denominator for all effective discipleship is that it must be personal and consistent. The process of discipleship is rooted in relationship. Discipleship is more than assigning a fill-in-the-blank Bible study to an individual or going to church services. It is the impartation of life, the transference of principles, and leading by example. Obedience to the truth of the Bible must be at the center of discipleship. Discipleship is the building of a biblical foundation in an individual’s life so that they are changed by the Holy Spirit from the inside out. The goal of discipleship is to nurture growth in one’s relationship with God, resulting in Christ like-character, which is based on a solid Biblical foundation, the work of the Holy Spirit and the personal, practical, obedient application of biblical truth. While there are many useful tools available that can be used for discipleship, it’s important to remember that the goal of discipleship is not to get through as many studies as possible. True discipleship is not the accumulation of biblical information but the development of biblical character. We must have an idea of the outcomes we want to see in the lives of those we disciple, or we may find ourselves drifting aimlessly in our desire to help others. One of the easiest ways to envision what this looks like is to ask the question, “What does a Jesus Follower look like?” Not an outward description of their appearance or public behavior but a snapshot of their character, motives, attitudes, core beliefs, and their Christ-like/Spirit-led behavior. In a nutshell: “Why do I do the things that I do and who do I do them for?”

The honest answer to that question reveals the core values/beliefs that motivate you. It exposes your actual worldview. If we are disciples/followers of Jesus, obedience to His word/principles/truth motivates us as we live to serve Him.
 
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