“To make disciples, you have to walk with disciples.”

When Jesus tells us to make disciples, he is giving us the purpose for our lives.  Once we have become disciples, we are knit into a community of other disciples all following Jesus together.  Part of living out our purpose is walking closely with the other disciples around us.  If you want to make disciples, you can’t ignore the disciples around you!  This deep, interdependent community is the engine for our growth as Christians and a focus of our ministry to others.

Application Questions:

1.  What has your experience been with Christian community?

2. How have other Christians have helped you grow, and vice versa?  Do you think that same growth could have happened individually?

3. If someone looked at your life, would they say you have deep, interdependent relationships with other Christians?  Why or why not?

4. How can you build others up in love in your community this week?

Brian Colmery

Brian serves the church by overseeing preaching and Sunday morning services at Cornerstone.

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