"Just As a farmer prepares the soil to receive the seed, then fertilizes and waters, so we can prepare the soil of our campus groups to become discipling ministries. Just as with all other ministry, campus ministry is the Lord’s work. He causes the growth. He makes people mature. He enlists us to be part of the process." - Harv Herman
Q1: Do you see yourself as being responsible for being discipled and finding someone to disciple or do you feel like that is something you should/would pursue when you graduate and are a “adult”?
Quote: "The call to discipleship requires every member to see him or herself as a minister within the body of Christ" - Harv Herman
Q2: As a college student on campus, what do you feel is your role in the Great Commission? How are you currently walking that out in your life? Who are you ministering to?
Jesus said in John 8:31-32 “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, if you know the truth, the truth will set you free.
Read John 15:8, Luke 14:25-33
Q3: What teaching do you feel like you have received on discipleship? Do you make room in your life to devote yourself to discipleship?
"People tend to reproduce in ministry and leadership what they have personally experienced." - Harv Herman
Q4: Do you feel like you have had anyone disciple you on the teachings of Jesus? Are you open to pursuing a relationship with another believer that would be a “iron sharpens iron” spiritual relationship?
Q5: Are you willing to invest in another person in that way?
Q6: What steps can you take this week to mature in this area?