A few words from our pastor and members who took our courses
“Rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.”
The 2:7 Series is a discipleship training curriculum done in small discussion groups. Each of its three workbooks is an 11-week course led by a qualified leader/facilitator. The three books are designed to be completed in sequence. Book 2 builds on the work done in book 1, and book 3 builds on what your group has accomplished in the first two books. You will enjoy each book’s biblical and practical approach to discipleship. As many others have, those of you who participate in a 2:7 group can expect to experience positive life changes as you study and apply this
time-proven material. Here is the main content of the three courses.
This first book in The 2:7 Series you complete exercises that strengthen your spiritual foundation through enriching Bible study, Scripture memory and group interaction.
(Part of completing Discovering Membership)
The discipleship training in this second book builds on the work done in the first book. You will learn ways to deepen your own Christian life, approaches for sharing your faith, and you experience an extended time alone with God.
You will continue to develop and strengthen your walk with Christ during this third book in the series. You discuss priorities and life management, learn a versatile tool for explaining the gospel, and you sharpen your own salvation testimony.
More info regarding the 2:7 Series from others who have been impacted
Disciple-making can be intimidating. You might think that someone who makes disciples has to be a teacher, a missionary, or someone who is seminary trained. Would it surprise you to know that disciple-making is just a lifestyle in which you offer people love, comfort, and encouragement where they live, work, and play.
This ten-week Bible study with discussion questions spells out the “how” of making disciples through an alongsider approach to life. Discover and apply the practices of an alongsider, such as reading the Bible with others, asking questions, telling stories, encouraging application, and living on mission.