The Work of Every Believer is to Disciple

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The work of every believer involves doing for others what Jesus did during His time here on earth—make disciples. Alex Himaya, Senior Pastor of The Church at BattleCreek in Tulsa, Oklahoma, explains the best way he's learned to make disciples and expands on what disciple-making means as he teaches others to follow Christ. 

As a church leader, how do you foster a discipleship community in your church? What is the emphasis on living life with others, relationship building and making disciples in your context?
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It's one thing to teach others about discipleship, it is quite another to make disciples. How does your life exemplify disciple-making? Is there anything that needs to change?
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Alex mentioned the process he takes in equipping and training men and women to help them grow in their relationship with Christ. Is there a disciple-making movement already in your congregation? Who are the key disciple-makers in your church? How can you encourage them and help them develop intention in their disciple-making?
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                                              So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each 
                                              other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. 
                                             Your love for one another will prove to the world that you 
                                             are my disciples."

                                                                                                         ~ John 13:34–35, (NLT)