Find all my discipleship training plans here. Feel free to use or adjust these plans however you see fit.
To learn more about this series, see the introductory post: Discipleship Training and The Lost Art of Disciple Making (LeRoy Eims).
Discipleship Training #8: God’s Covenant with Man. What is a covenant, and why are covenants so important? What is the difference between God’s covenant with his people in the Old and New Testaments?
Discipleship Training #7: Sin. How did humankind fall from the good world that God created? What lingering effects does the corruption of our original sin have? How do we fight sin by repentance and faith?
Discipleship Training #6: Providence. How does God preserve and govern all his creatures, and all their actions? How does God’s providence relate to “natural” causes for events, and even to sin?
Discipleship Training #4: Creation. What does God tell us about creation? How do Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 fit together? How should we respond to God’s marvelous work of creation?
Discipleship Training #4: Is God actually sovereign over the salvation of people? Does he predestine some to life, and foreordain others to condemnation? Here is what the Bible teaches on this “high mystery.”
Discipleship Training #3: Who is God? What does it mean that our one God exists as three Persons? How do the three Persons relate to each other? How do we relate to our one God in his three Persons?
Discipleship Training #2: If the Bible is God’s breathed-out word, what should we do with it? Suggested resources for reading, studying, meditating, applying, and memorizing the Bible.
Discipleship Training #1: What is the Bible? Why is the Bible so important? What makes the Bible different from other books in the world? Christian discipleship requires us to understand the nature of the Bible.
I love that The Lost Art of Disciple Making by LeRoy Eims offers a clear plan for training disciples. As a pastor, here is my suggestion for how to adjust Eims’s plan to offer a more robust vision of the church.