Personal training, mentoring, apprenticeship, coaching, ...
Call it what you will, the best way to help someone develop a skill, adopt a discipline, or apply a principle is to work with them individually. This is especially true as we pursue a deeper relationship with Christ, and it’s exactly what Jesus had in mind when He said, “Go and make disciples.” That’s why we call it discipleship.
The primary objective in discipleship is to bring your disciple to the point of 'digging your own well' (to drink from the Word) and lose his dependence on you.
- Chris Absit
CBMC’s Christian discipleship process is a one-on-one mentoring relationship whereby one man draws alongside another to challenge, instruct, encourage and model how to apply the principles in God’s word to every area of life and business. It’s not a curriculum or program, but rather a process of helping someone know God more personally and understand His purpose for their life.