Print Issue 15: Disciple
Issue fifteen is titled Disciple.
Many of us are familiar with the call of Matthew 28:19 to go and make disciples of all nations. Christ gave this command to the apostles just before he ascended into heaven. We tend to think of this verse solely in terms of evangelism, but when we focus only on sharing the Gospel, we miss out on the fuller meaning of the command Christ gave the apostles and us. The Greek word “disciple” in this context is μαθητεύσατε (matheteusate), which means in English to be a pupil, or be teaching—both of which are required of the Christ-follower. We cannot make disciples if we are not already disciples ourselves. In this issue, we touch on what this looks like for us modern-day Christians. How does one become a disciple and thereby disciple someone else?
SOME FEATURED ARTICLES INCLUDE:
- A True Disciple
- Raising Children to Be Missionally Minded
- Practicing Discipleship as a Single Woman
- Facing a Task Unfinished: Evangelism in the Year 2020
"My sheep hear my voice and I know them, and they follow me.'" -John 10:27
DETAILS // 122 pages; 19 articles; offset printed and perfect bound; coated cover; full color; printed in the USA
Cover photo by Dianne Jago