Luke 6:40 "A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will become like his teacher."
This training is designed as a response to a need in our culture to equip members of the body of Christ for the following three purposes.
Part 1: Building their life on the right foundation.
Part 2: Becoming strong in the Lord & Spiritually Mature.
Part 3: Learning to Lead Others to Jesus.
Your body has many members and a number of systems. All of them are integrated and interdependent.
In a similar way, there are numerous topics in the Scriptures that are integrated.
If you spend a few minutes daily, starting with "Part 1: Building Your Life on the Right Foundation," you will begin developing your life as a True Disciple of Jesus.
Why this is needed
In our culture today many people have been misled. How has this happened? It has become the norm for people to investigate a myriad of sources rather than the Scriptures themselves.
Life's most important question
What would you say if someone were to ask you, "What must I do to have Eternal Life?"
A typical person is likely to give one of two answers.
They might say, "That’s a really difficult question," or give an abbreviated Scriptural answer that is incomplete.
Eternal Life really is life's most important question
For you to have Eternal Life, there are Scriptural concepts and actions that you must learn and obey.
Oftentimes people believe things they have heard that are not the truth.
Why you are here
God has temporarily left you here in this world for a purpose.
In the passage below, Jesus gave us His marching orders.
That is, what He expects us to do while we are here on earth.
Jesus commands us to learn how to be His disciples.
This resource is designed for the average person to easily use and understand.
It starts with Part 1: Building Your Life on the Right Foundation, which is a 13-week training that is broken down into just a few minutes each day.
In this training you will encounter repetition which is intended to help you retain what you are learning.
If you are sincere, this can help you develop a balanced understanding of Scriptures.