Blog 028 Teaching vs. Transference: A Maturity That’s Measurable Discipleship is NOT simply teaching others what we know; discipleship is about equipping them to pass it on to others. Or, even more simply put: discipleship IS about making spiritual generations. Here’s how to make the shift.
Blog 027 How to Be More Like Jesus in Asking Questions (Bible Study) Are you ready to grow as a disciplemaker who asks good questions, like Jesus? This blog takes a look at a number of questions Jesus asked and invites you to investigate further. (This can also be a great resource to do with the person you are discipling.)
Blog 026 The Art of Invitation It sounds so simple on the surface, but the art of invitation is an incredibly difficult skill to master, especially if it doesn’t come naturally. This blog dives into how Jesus used invitation to lead others toward Salvation in Him, specifically looking at John 4 and the story of the Woman At The Well.
Blog 025 Clarifying How We See, Understand, and Choose Evangelism Evangelism doesn’t have to be scary. This blog explores how we can have a healthy perspective on evangelism and practically choose it in our every-day life! (including seven practical guidelines)
Blog 024 Making Disciples Using Everything I Have In this special guest post by Dana Yeakley we learn about clinging to Jesus -even in our inadequacy. Dana shares how the story of the poor widow reminds us of six things as we make disciples using everything we have.
Blog 023 Reflecting God’s Love We are commanded to love one another, but what should that Christ-like love look like – from our enemies to our most intimate friends? This special guest post by Ron Bennett helps us get a new perspective on Jesus’ “new command”!
Blog 022 God’s Love Language Our love for God begins with His love for us. So, what does God’s love look like and how can we (as disciples) respond to God according to His love language? This special guest post by Ron Bennett helps us find those answers!
Blog 021 The Relational Covenant: Talk to, Not About (part 2)We’re wrapping up our series on the Relational Covenant in this week’s blog on how talking to, not about applies to discipleship relationships. We also have a great “How to Have A Hard Conversation” resource mapped out for you!
Blog 020 The Relational Covenant: Talk to, Not About (part 1)What do you do when you have an issue with someone – a friend, family member, or co-worker? Do you talk it out with a friend, or talk to them directly? We’d suggest talking directly to the person – and here’s why!
Blog 019 The Relational Covenant: Believe the Best (part 2) So what are the effects of Believing the Best in disciplemaking relationships? This blog walks us through the impact, Biblical examples, and “You know you ‘Believe the Best’ If.”
Blog 018 The Relational Covenant: Believe the Best (part 1) The second block to The Relational Covenant, Believe the Best, might just be the most challenging. When we choose to Believe the Best, we choose to force our heart’s motives right into the light. Let’s look at how living this out ensures a successful discipleship relationship!
Blog 017 The Relational Covenant: Stand Shoulder-to-Shoulder (part 2) The first block to The Relational Covenant, Standing Shoulder-to-Shoulder, is the cornerstone of the covenant. But, what is the impact on discipleship? We’ll look at why this principle is essential, Biblical examples, and how you can know if you’re standing shoulder-to-shoulder in your disciplemaking relationships.
Blog 016 The Relational Covenant: Stand Shoulder-to-Shoulder (part 1) The first block to The Relational Covenant, Standing Shoulder-to-Shoulder, is the cornerstone of the covenant. This post teases out exactly what it looks like to stand shoulder-to-shoulder using the Ancient Greek Hoplite Phalanx Maneuver as an illustration.
Blog 015 The Relational Covenant: An Introduction Our very favorite relational tool – read this blog for an introduction to our Relational Covenant Series!
Blog 014 Managing Time: A Disciple’s Perspective BUSY. Too busy. So busy. Overwhelmingly busy. Ready for that “full” schedule to be full of the fruit of the Holy Spirit? This blog walks you through some of the greatest Christian thinkers’ positions on time and time management.
Blog 013 Go (Home) and Make Disciples How do you bring discipleship home? How can you disciple your kids? This blog offers a great starting place!
Blog 012 How to Use The Wheel Illustration in a Discipleship Relationship You may know The Wheel Illustration, but do you know how to break it down to develop the person you are meeting?
Blog 011 Identifying Spiritual Needs Check our Eagle Lake Camps’ tool to identify spiritual needs, because we believe anyone can share the Gospel and develop in spiritual maturity – even kids!
Blog 010 Evangelism and Discipleship Scott Morton, author of Down to Earth Discipleship, shares his thoughts on how discipleship and evangelism can work together in this great guest post!
Blog 009 Developing Biblical Convictions It’s essential to equip young Christian to understand the “why” behind “Best Practices” for walking with Christ if they’re truly to grow in spiritual maturity.
Blog 008 The Joy of Scripture Memory We sit down with Shaunda McQueeney to hear how Scripture is a true joy, not just a rote discipline; and, even better, how to equip someone else to memorize Scripture!
Blog 007 PRAYER There is perhaps no spiritual tool more powerful or more essential than prayer. This blog walks through the challenges of praying faithfully with those we disciple, and why it’s important to persevere!
Blog 006 Introducing SPECK, Our Latest Bible Study Tool This blog walks you through one of the best methods out there not only to grow your own personal Bible study practices but to also equip those you’re discipling to study the Bible on their own!
Blog 005 A Good Discipler Asks Questions We’d argue that any good discipler is like a good detective: s/he knows when to listen and how to ask good questions! This blog gets you started on how to do both.
Blog 004 Active and Strategic Discipleship Successful discipleship must contain elements of active pursuit and strategic interactions. Read how to develop both and active and strategic approach to discipleship.
Blog 003 God’s Best for You Because discipleship is God’s best for you!
Blog 002 Who are Your Friends? You can’t do life-on-life discipleship if you’re not living life alongside people!
Blog 001 An Introduction Welcome to The Apprentice Approach! We’d like to invite you – the courageous followers of Christ ready to advance His Kingdom – to join us in this discipleship adventure!