Jesus came to this earth to bring people into a relationship with God, the Father. He did this by dying for our sin, so we can be forgiven, and by building God’s kingdom through making disciples. In Mark 8:34, Jesus spoke to a crowd of people and said, “Follow me.” It the same message he speaks through his people today. “Follow him.” How do we join Jesus in his disciple making work?
Worship. Each Sunday, Jesus gathers with his people, bringing them together to worship. He uses the time to build relationship with himself and the Father. This is what he did during his ministry, and what he taught his disciples to do.
Sunday School classes are mixed groups of similar-age believers. They provide a place to share the Christian life together, to ask questions about God’s Word, to find support in serving our community, and to help share Jesus’ message of hope. As an eye or hand can only live when connected to the body, believers need to gather with Christ body, for the good of everyone.
Dgroups help believers with practical and consistent life change. These small groups of men or groups of women provide missing accountability and encouraging support for the transforming walk of following Christ.
Through these three ministries, we are assisting Jesus is making disciples in our world today.
“Go therefore and MAKE DISCIPLES of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen. Matthew 28:19-20