Becoming a Discipler: Develop Christian Relationships

Alive in Christ Radio :: Radio Liner Notes :: Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Main Show Topic: Becoming a Discipler: Develop Christian Relationships

Special Guest: Bill Hull

  • How do you establish a meaningful relationship with your disciple?
  • How do you know who is a possible disciple candidate?
  • What are the risks of developing a relationship?
  • What do you do once you have established a relationship?
You cannot be an effective discipler unless you establish meaningful relationships with those around you. But where do you begin to forge such relationships and how should these new friendships develop? If you have a desire to reach out to others to further the kingdom of Christ, you won’t want to miss this episode of Alive in Christ as we explore this ever important subject.

Also joining us is author, pastor, and disciple evangelist Bill Hull. Bill has written numerous books on the subject of discipleship and is a well respected expert in the field. We are excited and honored to have him on our program.

Join us as we present answers to these tough questions. Your evolving relationship with God depends upon it. On this edition of Alive in Christ we address these and other all-important kingdom issues.

On this edition of Alive in Christ, Christian Discipleship Ministries’ founder, Tony Marino and Lynn Kennedy explore life’s guidelines verses His “God-lines”, and will it be “your way”, or “Yahweh?” We invite you to join us.

Today’s Holy Bible Passages:
John 4:35, Luke 19:5-7, Luke 19:8, Luke 19:9a, Luke 19:9b-10, Luke 19:10, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Ephesians 4:32, Philippians 2:5

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