Discipleship - Come and See: Camp Curriculum
Discipleship was not an unusual thing in the Jewish/Greco-Roman world, but the way Jesus “discipled” people was different from the norm. Jesus called his own pupils (the 12) rather than them seeking him out. Jesus’ teachings were rooted in relationship, and he did not disciple people for a limited amount of time. Being a disciple means following, or imitating Christ. God sent Jesus to show us the way. The invitation to be followers of Christ extends far beyond the group of 12. Jesus invited many women to follow him. This illustrates the inclusiveness of Jesus’ group of disciples. Everyone is welcome and invited. Jesus accepted the outcast, the poor, the marginalized, the sick, and he loved them too! He invited them to new life through following him. Following is more than just going after Jesus, though. It means to be LIKE him: imitating him, doing as he did, speaking as he spoke, loving as he loved. The making of disciples involved enrolling people as Christ’s students. Simply, a disciple will follow Jesus in an attitude of study, obedience, and imitation.
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