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"The Biblical Model" for Discipleship
Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Table of Contents Introduction to Paul’s Life p1 Application of the Biblical Model for Discipleship in Paul’s Ministry p1-3 Citing Examples from Philippians 4 Examining the different methods of evangelism p3-4 Assessing which methods are most effective p4 Which resources I would use, if I were a pastor p4-5 Biblical Model for Discipleship: Reflective Essay Paul is one of Jesus’ disciples who is considered one of the greatest leaders of all time.
Applying Paul’s ministry to this week’s lesson on the “Biblical Model for Discipleship”, I have realized that obeying God and being a faithful servant of His is simple. It can basically be summed up to – A change of heart, a change of life. According to Michael Mitchell, in his book, “Leading, Teaching, and Making Disciples”, the Biblical model for discipleship could be achieved in as easy as four steps – Accepting God’s words; Listen and Apply; Study God’s word to gain more understanding; and lastly, Walking in the ways of Good Men (Mitchell, Michael R., Leading, Teaching, and Making Disciples). In studying the book of Philippians, a book written by Paul in his journey to win the people of Philippi to God, we can see Paul’s practical approach in ministering to the Philippians that are as 1 practical as the four steps of discipleship suggested by Michael Mitchell. ...
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