When we see disciple-making as primarily done in classrooms or events, we end up leading others to see following Jesus as a study or a program instead of an all-of-life kind of thing. . . .
When discipleship happens in the everyday stuff of life, disciples learn how to follow Jesus in the everyday stuff of life, as well.
Want to know what this looks like in real life? Be sure to read the full article, and then check out these other ones:
- Is Driving School Buses Kingdom Business? (by Bethany Jenkins, on The Gospel Coalition)
- Surprisingly Easy Ways to Get the Gospel Into Schools
- 25 Ways to Be Missional
- Resource Round-Up