“The thief comes to kill and destroy, but I have come that you might have life to the fullest.”
– Jesus (John 10:10)

Discipleship Materials

“The Pursuit” Discipleship Study (1) This is a study designed to help the student dig into the Word of God and relying on it as the ultimate resource and not the teacher.  Coupled with your discussion time and the included homework, this resource will get any “seeker” or new Christian deep into the Bible and firmly grounded on the pursuit of the loving God. You can obtain the book format HERE or by speaking with Joshua.

“Your Story” Discipleship Study (2)This study is designed to help the student continue to dig into the Word of God and rely on it as the ultimate resource and not the teacher.  Coupled with your discussion time and the included homework, this resource will help any young Christian deeper into the Bible and continue to challenge them to live the commitment they have made in their new life.

“Your New Life” Discipleship Study (3)-This study is designed to build upon the foundations learned in “God’s Story” and “Your Story.”  It is purposed to give an introduction on the need for community with the Church and the functions that happen within the life of worship and each member.  This study should be done before the fourth one which overviews some of the major stories of the Bible.  Much of this study has been take from Jerry Tallman.

Great Stories of the Old Testament (4) -This 10 week study/devotional is designed to help the new Christian move from practice to an understanding of the major stories throughout the Old Testament. It will help young Christians feel more at home when stories are referenced in study, class, and sermons. This study will also give them a more detailed knowledge of the major stories in the Old Testament.

Great Stories of the New Testament (5) – (Currently being updated) This 10 week study/devotional is designed to help the new Christian move from practice to an understanding of the major stories throughout the New Testament. It will help young Christians feel more at home when stories are referenced in study, class, and sermons. This study will also give them a more detailed knowledge of the major stories in the New Testament.

A Survey of the Luke (6)

A Survey of Acts (7)

The Writings of Paul (8)

A Survey of John (9)

The Writings of John (10)

Wisdom Literature (11)

Poetic Literature (12)

General Introduction to the New Testament – This study is currently under re-development and is designed to help the new or not so new Christian gain a better idea of the overall New Testament, its makeup, and its historical/theological setting. This study aims to help the Christian move to a deeper understanding of individual texts by having a knowledge of the overall context in both the Biblical canon and its historical setting.

General Introduction to the Old Testament – This study is similar to the General Introduction to the New Testament but explores the Old Testament scriptures, world, context, and thought. This study aims to help the Christian move to a deeper understanding of individual texts by having a knowledge of the overall context in both the Biblical canon and its historical setting.

Discipleship: A Kingdom Sized Vision-This was a presentation taught at the Clifton Park Church of Christ on October 22 at the Capital District Christian Conference concerning our need for more directed discipleship.

Discipleship:  It’s a Lifestyle-This was the second presentation taught at the Clifton Park Church of Christ on October 22 at the Capital District Christian Conference highlighting some helpful hints and tips as individuals begin contemplating more directed discipleship.  It is a continuation of the first session titled “Discipleship: A Kingdom Sized Vision.”

“Historical Reliability of the New Testament”–This is a great resource for understanding the reliability of our New Testament put together by Wes Woodell.  For more resources by Wes, go to www.westcoastwitness.com.