Disciple-Making Is Ordinary Christianity

What good reminders on what discipleship looks like in everyday life.


The following is an article I recently read written by Erik Raymond. As you read this keep in mind you can not be a disciple-maker without first being a disciple. When I think of the so called Christianity today, I am often reminded by the question Author Kyle Idelman poses in his book “Not A Fan.” Are we a fan or a follower of Christ? If we are a follower (disciple) of Christ than disciple-making should be ordinary Christianity.

What is your job as a Christian? If God gave you a job description for the Christian life, what would he put on it?

At the core of the Christian’s job is the task of discipleship. We read this clearly in our Lord’s preascension words:

And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of…

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