Discipleship is truth transferred through relationship.
Discipleship involves a lot, but one of the most important things you can do with a new believer is read the Bible with them, teaching them how to read, understand, respond to, and apply God’s Word.
There are two men in their 20s who recently came to faith in Christ through our church. I was able to baptize them a few weeks ago and now have the privilege of discipling these guys.
One of the core ways I’m doing this is through weekly Bible reading meetings:
Get Some Time Together
Every Wednesday night, these guys come to my house to join in our Neighborhood Group with a bunch of other people from our church and neighborhood. I have the guys come 30 minutes early so that the three of us can read the Bible together.
Read Scripture Together
Each week, we read one paragraph of Scripture together and talk about it.
Right now, we’re reading Philippians because it’s the book I’m preaching through, it’s the book all of our Neighborhood Groups are studying, and because I believe Philippians is a pivotal book to master for new believers.