Christian Discipleship -

Christian Discipleship

Length: 216 lessons
Content-type: Text-based
Age/Grade: 7th – 12th Grades
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How to Use This Course

This Christian Discipleship class is based on the L.I.F.E. Plan (Living Intentionally For Eternity). It is a simple, straightforward disciple-making course anyone can use to develop and grow their faith. It is a complete package which begins at the beginning and leads to the investment of a life into God’s plan for his people. It provides the foundation for a lifetime of Bible study and personal development toward one’s personal way of fulfilling the Great Commission. (Please note: The first 108 lessons are also available in Spanish.)

Course Introduction

The course is based on four foundational pillars: the Bible’s story, the Bible’s structure, the Bible’s strategy of multiplication, and your personal part in God’s plan for the ages. Everyone, regardless of whether you have a background in the Bible or not, is invited to come and join us in this course. Ask questions and discover more than you ever imagined possible!

A. The Old Testament (Genesis 1-11)

1.1 The Existence of God, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit

1.2 On Creation, Creation Days 1-3

1.3 Creation Days 4-7

1.4 Man, Woman, the Family, and Multiply

1.5 Angels, Temptation, Sin, and God’s Promise

1.6 Cain and Abel, Enoch, Methuselah, and Work

1.7 Man Before the Fall, Man After the Fall, Bad Relationships, and Man Today

1.8 Man’s Condition, God’s Sadness, A Righteous Man, and Starting Over

1.9 Nimrod, The Tower, God Sees, and God Scatters

B. The Old Testament (Genesis 12-Malachi)

2.1 God Calls Abraham, God’s Covenant with Abraham, God Tests Abraham’s Faith, and Abraham: The Friend of God

2.2 Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Judah

2.3 All is Good in Egypt, Enslaved in Egypt, Moses, and The Exodus

2.4 The Red Sea, God’s Law, Worshipping God, and Death of a Generation

2.5 Joshua and the Captain of the Lord’s Host, Jericho, Ai, and Overview: Enter, Conquest, and Possess

2.6 God is Israel’s Ruler, Israel’s Hard Heart, Gideon, and Samson

2.7 Israel Rejects God, King Saul, King David, and King Solomon

2.8 Israel’s Kings, Assyrian Captivity, Judah’s Kings, and Babylonian Captivity

2.9 Samuel, Elijah, Elisha, and Daniel

C. The Structure of the Entire Bible

3.1 Structural Analysis of the Bible, Genesis, Exodus, and Deuteronomy

3.2 Joshua, Judges-Ruth, I Samuel-2 Chronicles, and Ezra-Esther

3.3 Job, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes-Song of Solomon

3.4 The Prophets to Israel, The Prophets to Judah, Visions in Daniel, and Major and Minor Prophets

3.5 Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

3.6 Offering the Kingdom Again to Israel, The Blindness of Israel, The Church, and Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles

3.7 Overview of the Nine Letters, Romans-Galatians, Ephesians-Colossians, and 1-2 Thessalonians

3.8 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon

3.9 Hebrews-James, 1-2 Peter, Jude, 1 John-Revelation

D. The Life of Christ on Earth

4.1 Prophecies of Christ’s Birth, Birth of Jesus, God in Human Flesh, and Jesus as a Youth

4.2 Jesus Had a Plan, Jesus Discipled Others, Jesus’ Method of Disciple-making, and Jesus Required Disciple-Making

4.3 Water Into Wine, Jesus Fed the Masses, Jesus Raised the Dead, and Jesus Walked on Water

4.4 Peter’s Mother in Law, The Infirmed Man, The Blind Man, and The Woman’s Issue of Blood

4.5 The Sermon on the Mount, The Kingdom Parables, The End Times, and The New Birth

4.6 The Parables, Parable of the Sower, Parable of Wheat and Tares, and Parable of Washing Feet

4.7 In the Temple, The Pharisees, The Sadducees, and Israel

4.8 Gethsemane, The Trials, Scourging, and The Cross

4.9 The Resurrection, Post-Resurrection Appearances, The Ascension, and Christ is Coming Again

E. The Church

5.1 Christ: Head of the Church, Grow into Christ, Pre-eminence of Christ, and Christ’s Love for the Church

5.2 Christ Has Two Bodies, Three Pictures of the Church, Place in the Body, and Church Lives for God’s Glory

5.3 The Church is a Mystery, The Church is Born, The Church Multiplied, and The Church Persecuted

5.4 The First 500 Years, Schism, Reformation, and Beyond the Reformation

5.5 Organization and Priorities, The Ordinances, The Local Church, and Affiliations

5.6 Basic Beliefs of the Church, Non-Christian Religions, The Cults, and The Occult

5.7 Desire; Spiritual Gifts; Talents, Abilities, and Skills; and Mentors

5.8 Your Dream, The Call, Preparation for Ministry, and Ministry Practice

5.9 Regeneration and Indwelling, Baptism of the Spirit, Seal of the Spirit, and Filling of the Spirit

F. A Personal Ministry

6.1 Salvation, Spiritual Growth, Personal Ministry, and Evangelism

6.2 Child of God, New Creation, No Condemnation, and Eternal Security

6.3 Saints, Purpose, Potential, and Power

6.4 Great Commission is For All, Great Commission is Tied to a Promise, Evangelize All Nations, and Disciple the Nations

6.5 Two Reasons You Were Saved, God’s Specific Purpose, Almost Anything a Ministry, and Turn Your Idea into a Ministry

6.6 Reading the Bible, Bible Study Tools, Memorize Scripture, and Prayer

6.7 Mandate, Method, Models, and Your Discipling Ministry

6.8 World View Bible References, Ethnic Groups, Unreached People Groups, and Impact the World from Home

6.9 Impact Family, Impact Friends, Impact the Foreign, and Impact the Future

If this course is taken in full, completing all reading assignments, and the student spends approximately 90 hours completing the course, the course is worth a minimum of .5 credit. If the student spends approximately 180 hours completing the course, the course is worth 1 full credit.

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