In Matthew 28, Jesus commanded His followers to go and make disciples. From those 11 apostles grew a movement, a church with nearly 2 billion adherents worldwide. But Jesus didn’t command the apostles to go and make converts, go and build a big church, go and gain numbers. He said go make disciples. A disciple is simply a learner. One who learns. One who follows. And that is what all of us are supposed to be. People who never stop learning about God and do their best to follow His example.
Matthew 28:19-20 NIV
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
As part of our church’s commitment to “Help all people become fully devoted followers of Jesus,” we decided to make GROWING one of our main focuses. We strive to create high-quality yet easily understood content to help make the complex parts of the Bible, Christianity, and God be understood by all.
Discipleship 101 is a series designed to explain the basics of our Faith and discuss often-used words and ideas that can be confusing.
Is Jesus God?
Is Jesus God? The whole world is divided over that question. Was Jesus a good man, a prophet, or God? How we answer that question changes everything.
What is the Trinity?
What is the Trinity? Do Christians have one God or three? How can God be three in one? Are all members of the Trinity equal?
Who is God?
Who is God? The word “God” can mean a lot of things to a lot of different people. So when Christians use the word, what, or who exactly, do they mean?
What is the Bible? | What do we mean when we call it God’s Word?
The Bible says exactly what God wanted it to say. It tells us how to know God, has no errors, and teaches us how to live.
As a part of the Assemblies of God, we believe in the “16 Fundamental Truths.” These are 16 points that we believe scripture teaches.
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