Kenya-Missions-Discipleship-2nd Chance Ministry
Are you Called?
I am positing a two-fold question, are you called to be a disciple and if so are you called to make disciples? One of the last things Jesus said, and His last command, before he physically left this earth was found in Matthew 28:19 and 20. “Go ​therefore and make ​disciples of all the nations, baptizing ​them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching ​them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the age. NKJV”
If you have accepted Christ as your Lord and Savior, I guarantee you are called to be a disciple. I say this because the aforementioned scripture was Jesus giving His last instructions to His disciples. His instruction was not to merely “lead” people to Christ, or simply “win” people to the Lord, although that is the first step; His command was to make​ disciples.
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Come Follow Me
In the gospels there are twenty times where Jesus said Come Follow me. Nowhere in the gospels does Jesus say, bow your heads and accept me as Messiah or Savior. Is accepting Christ as your savior with a bowed head a good thing, something we should do? Of course, you cannot be a disciple of someone you do not believe in. It is imperative to admit we are sinners, confess our sins, repent turning from our sins and ask for His forgiveness. To ask Jesus to take control of our lives is essential, and requisite to being a disciple.
 Let’s put this in context, what did it mean for a first century rabbi to ask you to come and follow Him? When a first century rabbi asked you to come follow him it meant to come and do what he does. He believed you could actually do what he does. Jesus believed you could live out 1 John 2:6… ”We ought to walk as Jesus walked."
Are you a follower of Jesus Christ? Are you walking as Jesus did? Are you striving to walk as Jesus did? I have personally prayed every day for 5 years that God would show me what it looks like to walk as Jesus did, today in the 21st century. Will you pray that prayer with
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Discipleship Training
“The person most discipled in the history of the world was Jesus himself” ­- Hal Perkins. Who better to teach us than the person most discipled and the ultimate disciple maker?
When I first started being 100% committed to discipleship, I reviewed and used other curriculums. There is some great curriculum out there. One of the men I was in discipleship with was ready to launch his own discipleship group. I asked him what curriculum he was going to use? He said, the bible, specifically the book of John. Who would have thought, wow use the bible? What a concept. I have not used anything else since. It was God breathed. Since then I have learned some things from the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit coached me by having me study what Jesus said and did, as found in the gospels. Pastor and author Larry Lea, in his personal testimony stated when he first got saved, he was into drugs, and his brain was addled. What the Holy Spirit showed him was keep it simple, read the RED (what Jesus said), and pray for POWER. Great advice.
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 All internships will be comprised of hands on ministry to the Homeless Community. We will provide on the job instruction, for discipleship in this setting. You will also be provided a resource guide that meets all of the Homeless needs in the community from housing to medical. You will be trained on accessing these resources for homeless individuals.
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