Lesson 2: Discipleship in Everyday Rhythms, Part 1
In this lesson, Jeff reminds us of the definition of discipleship and our identity in Christ. He invites us to start considering the normal rhythms of our everyday lives, and how those things can be avenues for life-on-life discipleship. Then he walks through the first of those rhythms, eating, as we consider how meals can be used by God in powerful ways in our own discipleship and in the discipleship of others.
- 1 Corinthians 10:31; Colossians 3:17
- A Life of Discipleship by Jeff Vanderstelt
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- What does it mean to do all things, in all of your life, to the glory of God?
- What are some specific ways that you can use eating with others for the purpose of life-on-life discipleship? Alternatively, what are some ways eating can be selfish, and even reject or forget God?
- Every rhythm requires a “downbeat” and an “upbeat.” So if eating is the “downbeat,” what are some specific ways that the “upbeat”—in this case, fasting—can also be impactful in life-on-life discipleship?