on discipleship

May 15, 2010

who should make disciples?

EVERYONE

This is Moppet, an events planner and businesswoman and on her right is Lysa, a businesswoman and entrepreneur. Both busy people and both making disciples. They have their regular once a week Victory groups that continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

This is Arianne and she is a nurse. A very busy nurse. She is active in discipling the young people in our church. She is planning to go to the States and is excited on how she could be a missionary where God places her.

This is Jay. Jay is a call center agent. He loves to sing. He grew up in church but never had that encounter with Jesus. Today he is passionate for Jesus and bringing his friend to church.

This is Joel Chua. Joel is a cartoonist. He is excited to make disciples.

This is Anna. She is an entrepreneur. She is currently running a food business and is definitely a busy woman but it never stopped her from makeing disciples. She has her own Victory group and disicples women in her workplace.

This is Peggy. Peggy is a single mom. She tries to juggle her work, motherhood and making disciples and she is doing a heck of a job. She gives me a good reason why busyness is not an excuse in making disciples. Her kids love Jesus. Peggy disciples a group of single moms also.

This is Jojo, a cancer survivor. Jojo loves to meet people. She has a daughter who really loves Jesus and serves as a volunteer in our ministry. Jojo, despite of her sickness is also an active volunteer and leader of our church.

Her happy disposition in life never fails to amaze me. Even sick people can make disciples.

This is Victor – businessman and CEO of a multi-million company. Busy man. Has 4 kids and manages more than one business. Victor is passionate in reaching the lost. He conducts Victory group among businessmen and has seen some of his friends come to know Christ. Victor was a hard core buddhist now he lives his life for the one true God.

So it doesn’t matter who you are, what you do, how old you are – if you lvoe Jesus then make disciples. Everyone is called to make disciples.

Matt. 28:19 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
Matt. 28:20 teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen.

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