On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with writer Gretchen Ronnevik about grace-driven discipleship and how the spiritual disciplines don’t need to be legalistic burdens for those who are already spiritually worn out.
Our survival—not to mention our effectiveness and longevity in ministry—is dependent on our commitment not to be the only pair of eyes standing watch over our life and work.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with J.T. English about making substantive disciples in the 21st-century church and his new book *Deep Discipleship.*
What are some of the challenges large churches face in creating a discipleship culture?
FTC.co asks Steve Bezner, Lead Pastor of Houston Northwest Church in Houston, TX: "How do we make disciples without creating a one-size-fits-all program?"
A fruitful discipleship relationship is one in which we continuously point each other to the supernatural power of grace.
What do too many churches get wrong about discipleship?
FTC.co asks, Jen Wilkin, author and teacher at The Village Church in Dallas, TX: "How can we better facilitate inter-generational discipleship among women?"
What are some key components to discipling young men?
Churches that attempt to accommodate the moving-target needs of individual “spiritual quests” are not doing anyone a favor.