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3 Ways to Jumpstart your Christian Discipleship

Ligonier Ministries, founded by the late, great R.C. Sproul, just released its bi-annual survey, their effort to explore what “Americans believe about God, salvation, ethics, and the Bible.” Known as The State of Theology, the survey takes the “theological temperature of the United States to help Christians better understand today’s culture and to equip the Church with better insights for discipleship.”

And that’s exactly what I want to talk about in this article: discipleship.

Before we explore discipleship, we must first define disciple. To be a disciple simply means to be a follower or a student of a teacher. Christians are disciples of Christ because we follow Jesus and in the way of Jesus. In Acts, the first Christians often referred to themselves as belonging to “the Way” (Acts 9:2).

So all Christians are disciples — but what is discipleship?

Keep reading this article on The Christian Post.

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