Essentials for a Disciple: Becoming a Person of F.A.I.T.H.

By Paul Worcester

The principle of selection is key for any leader who seeks to make disciples. Years ago, while reading The Fuel and The Flame by Steve Shadrach, I learned the importance of selecting people of “F.A.I.T.H.” to pour into and train as leaders. I lead a growing ministry, so it’s important that I select students and staff to disciple who have the maximum potential for spiritual multiplication. You can use this simple tool to challenge someone you disciple or to train your key leaders on what to look for in their disciples. Any humble follower of Christ would benefit from examining and discussing how they can grow in these essential areas. This tool allows Scripture to speak for itself. Simply read the verses and answer the discussion questions. I believe God will use your time together to call each person forward as a person of F.A.I.T.H.

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In 2009 Paul and his wife Christy planted Christian Challenge at California State University, Chico from scratch. Since then, they saw a movement of God with over 1,000 college students indicating decisions to become followers of Jesus, with many growing as disciples and learning to multiply their faith. 

Paul recently took on the role as the National Collegiate Director for the North American Mission Board where he focuses on encouraging, inspiring and equipping collegiate leaders on 900+ college ministries across North America. 

Paul is the author of "Tips for Starting a College Ministry", “Do More With Less Time”, "5 Leadership Principles for Collegiate Ministry" and “The Fuel and The Flame: Igniting Your College Campus For Jesus Christ” with Steve Shadrach. Paul has degrees from University of Oklahoma and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Paul and Christy have two children Owen and Evelyn that he loves to surf and skate with whenever he has the chance. They live on the North Shore of Oahu where they lead a discipleship school for college-aged young adults.  

You can follow him at @PaulWorcester and check out some of his resources here:

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