Quote: "There are at least two characteristics of faithfulness. First, a faithful person is someone who is “full of faith”. A full of faith believer is convinced God truly makes a difference in our world. He is someone who believes that prayer in faith can change things. They are full of faith, not in faith itself, but full of faith in Jesus. A second aspect of faithfulness refers to reliability. A reliable person is someone you can count on. They exhibit consistency in their walk. This is simple evidence of their full-of-faith thinking." - Harv Herman Q1: Being a FAT (faithful, available, teachable) is required to be disciples of Jesus. How do these 2 characteristics, being "full of faith" and being reliable help us exhibit a consistent walk with Jesus? Q2: How can your faithfulness impact our campus? Quote: "...Not only is this principle, “Disciple the Faithful, Pastor the Unfaithful,” a valuable insight, it is also prioritizes a pastor’s purpose." - Harv Herman Q3: What do you like/not like about this sentence? Q4: If our time is limited, where do you think we should put our time as a fellowship? How can focusing our time wisely be the most "caring thing we can do" with our time on our campus? Q5: The author suggests that being faithful as a discipler of the faithful turns into a great thing through the power of the God's Holy Spirit. What steps do you need to take as a disciple, and as a discipler, to remain faithful so that we see more fruit in our mission?