Posted On December 1, 2021

Dave Jenkins – The Dangers of a Cookie-Cutter Approach to Discipleship

by | Dec 1, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave considers the dangers of a pragmatic approach and its effect on our approach to discipleship, seeing whole people in need of the grace of God, and the importance of teaching people the principle of the Word and helping them apply them to their life.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • What biblical discipleship is all about and why it’s so important.
  • Why our character in Christ is to fuel our service for Christ.
  • The dangers of a pragmatic approach to ministry.
  • Why a cookie-cutter approach to discipleship is a failure to see people as whole people.
  • Why a cookie-cutter approach to discipleship is a failure to see people’s problems as complex.
  • Why a cookie-cutter approach to discipleship is a failure to understand what real discipleship is.
  • Seeing people as whole people in real need of the grace of God.
  • Teach the principles of the Word and help people learn how to take the principles and apply them to their life.

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