. Nurturing Authentic Faith in Ourselves and Others
Does Jesus call to "go and make disciples" seem a little intimidating?
Youre not alone! Let seasoned discipler Dana Yeakley mentor you on this incredible journey of discipleship. Dana knows that discipling women can be overwhelming--but shes seen how our amazing God works and knows that He has uniquely designed you
to disciple other women.
In this practical and encouraging guide, you will learn how to
- Reflect on four scriptural realities that will ground you as Gods disciple so you can pass His truth on to others
- Create an inviting and safe space conducive to building authentic relationships
- Pack three essentials--the Word, prayer, and catching up on life--into each of your meetings
- Determine whom to disciple and how to find her
- Intentionally engage with someone who wants to be discipled
- Discern what to share as you open up to each other
Each chapter ends with a Bible study that challenges you as a disciple and also as a discipler. Packed with essential truths and encouragement, The Gentle Art of Discipling Women
will prove to be a trusted resource that you will refer to for years to come.
Discipleship is a responsibility of every believer, yet many of us avoid doing it because we dont know where to start. The Gentle Art of Discipling Women
provides a framework for discipleship from the mentoring voice of a seasoned discipler. Dana Yeakley walks with you through the foundational principles of who you are in Christ and how you are uniquely equipped to pass along what He has taught you.
The book is divided into two parts:
The Gentle Art of Discipling Women
- Be a Disciple: Four foundational truths (We Are Becoming; We Are Forgiven; We Have Access; We Are Safe) strengthen our confidence so that we can pass along our faith.
- Make a Disciple: Four questions (How Do We Create the Right Atmosphere? Who Do We Help? What Do We Share? How Does Discipling One-on-One Actually Work?) help us nurture a discipleship relationship.
will help each woman discover her unique gifting in discipleship through her relationship with God, her personality, and her story.