Commitment #7: A strong church is multiplying communities of disciples who know how to be with Jesus, are becoming like Jesus, and making disciples like Jesus in the everyday stuff of life. - Saturate
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Commitment #7: A strong church is multiplying communities of disciples who know how to be with Jesus, are becoming like Jesus, and making disciples like Jesus in the everyday stuff of life.

Watch the video and work through the content for “Commitment #7” in your Strong Church Workbook. (You can use this link to share the video with your elders/leaders: https://vimeo.com/583223063/089c672ca8)  Submit your responses through this Google Form in preparation for your coaching call. Let your coach know if you have any questions or concerns.

A disciple is one who has trusted solely in Jesus for salvation, lives in light of his/her new gospel identity, and is learning to obey all that Christ commanded as he/she is being filled by the Spirit. A disciple is growing to know how to be with Jesus, is becoming like Jesus, and is making disciples like Jesus in the everyday stuff of life: life-on-life, life-in-community, and life-on-mission. In this context, gospel/Scriptural truth, relationships, accountability, and mission are prioritized and experienced. This leads to further evangelism and edification with new believers coming to trust in Jesus and the existing believers being conformed to the image of Christ. A mature New Testament church is marked by disciples who are increasingly mature in faith, hope, and love. The goal of our instruction is love (I Timothy 1:5). Ultimately, the world will know that we are Christ’s disciples by our love for one another (John 13:35).