The shift has been made. We now live in a culture where a person’s desires overshadow his needs. And it’s wreaking havoc on our personal lives, our pursuit of God, and our disciple making. We can’t yet see the whole picture, but here are four false beliefs consumer has taught disciple makers.
Discipleship curriculums and books that promise to bridge the gap between current reality and a disciple making future are a dime a dozen. Is it a result of consumerism or progress? Is the Bible still the best tool available to make disciples? If so, why do so many try to disciple without it?