Mark Dever, author of Nine Marks of a Healthy Church, outlines the basics of disciple-making: teach, correct, model and love.

Helping others follow Jesus cannot be done without risk. Just as you have to humble yourself to be discipled, so you have to humble yourself to disciple. Discipling involves difficult things—saying no, persevering through troubles, knowing when to bear with someone, and doing it. Your invitations might be spurned, your counsel rejected. We disciple not just through our strength, but through our weakness.

This article is a great resource for a discipling time with a young leader or for a class.

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