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Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself,
unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in the vine.
Thank you for your interest in discipleship. Making Disciples is a ministry of impartation led by Jan Whitmmore and Mintie Nel, co-workers in the Gospel. They are disciple-makers. Trained in Youth With A Mission, for 24 years they have served on the mission field around the world encouraging dynamic spiritual growth among God's people.
They offer discipleship teaching and training in church, seminar and retreat settings. They also offer their own written materials - books and blogs. Jan Whitmore's latest discipleship book, Sow What? is published through Westbow Press and available through Amazon.
Both are trained debriefers and offer debriefing services to missionaries and those fulltime in ministry. Enquiries can be made through this website.
SHARPENING YOUR PEOPLE SKILLS
Jan Whitmore is an accredited presenter of SYPS DISC. Enquiries can be made through this website.
WHO IS A DISCIPLE?
A disciple is one who sits at the feet of another to learn of him and to become like him. The goal of making disciples is to bring people into a relationship with the Lord where they sit at His feet, listen to His voice, grow to know Him intimately, and become like Him.
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A DISCIPLE?
A disciple of Jesus loves Him with ALL of his heart, mind, soul and strength! His prayer is “Lord, I am available to You. Anything, anytime, anywhere!“ A disciple does not just add Jesus to the periphery of his life; his life revolves around Him!
WHAT IS DISCIPLESHIP?
Discipleship is the strategic and intentional impartation, or sowing, of God’s Word into the life of another person through personal and close involvement. Those who have caught the vision for discipleship in Jesus' style say:That which we have heard, seen, looked on and handled concerning the Word of life (1 John 1:1) - what I know of the Lord I must impart through teaching, training, facilitating and prayer ministry.
Site last updated on Monday 21st July 2014