Learning for Discipleship
Christian discipleship is a lifelong journey in response to the invitation to follow Jesus. More about this journey can be found on the Fresh Expressions website 'Guide'.
A more detailed theological and practical study of inentional discipleship and forming disciples can be found in the Anglican Communion publication, Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making: An Anglican Guide for Christian Life and Formation (London: The Anglican Consultative Council, 2016. 148 pages). This can be bought online in paperback, or downloaded here as a 'pdf' for free. This book explains Inentional discipleship,
[I]ntentionally following Jesus Christ will place demands upon individuals, our family relationships, the way we handle money, our attitude towards employment and leisure activities, our exploitation of the environment, our political choices, and much more. Intentional discipleship is radically transformative of the whole of life. It is the totality of our living in God, through the power of the Holy Spirit following the ways of Jesus – and that demands internal coherence.
In these pages, navigated using the links to the left, you will find resources to support Christian reflection on discipleship, such as materials for small groups and links to learning providers.