United in Love: A Culture of Discipleship

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United in Love: A Culture of Discipleship

  1. 1. A Loving ChurchDeveloping a Culture of Discipleship
  2. 2. Three Exercises• #1: What is the culture of Hampton Park?• #2: What does the culture of HP feel like to someone on the outside coming in for the first time?• #3: What should be descriptive of the culture of HP? Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  3. 3. PresuppositionOur local church should be marked by a culture ofdiscipleship, built on the foundation of the two greatcommandments. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  4. 4. ThesisMidweek life-on-life ministry is a necessary way ofdeveloping a culture of discipleship at Hampton ParkBaptist Church. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  5. 5. DefinitionA culture of discipleship is one in which the wholepersonality of the congregation is making andshepherding disciples. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  6. 6. Our desire is for members to be committedto discipling and caring for one another withthe Word. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  7. 7. Our discipleship is often reactive, rather thanproactive. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  8. 8. Remarkable Love• Remarkable love for one another marks us as disciples of Christ. • John 13:31-35 Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  9. 9. Remarkable Love• Remarkable love for one another creates a safety net for “at risk” brothers and sisters. • Acts 9:26-31 • Galatians 6:1-10 Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  10. 10. Remarkable Love• Remarkable love for one another is for every church member. • 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 • 1 Peter 4:7-11 Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  11. 11. Remarkable Love• Remarkable love for one another builds up the body of Christ through every-member ministry. • Ephesians 4:11-16 Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  12. 12. Obstacles to a Culture of Discipleship Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  13. 13. Marks of a Culture of Discipleship Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  14. 14. Benefits of a Culture of Discipleship Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  15. 15. Structured vs. Organic Approach Approach Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  16. 16. How to Establish aCulture of Discipleship Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  17. 17. Goal #2: Loving• Because our Christianity is not to be lived in isolation and because loving one another is one of our core values, we desire for all of our members to commit to ministering to one another regularly in settings that promote meaningful, relational discipleship and prayer in 2013. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  18. 18. Goal #2: Loving• Midweek life-on-life ministry is a necessary way of developing a culture of discipleship at Hampton Park Baptist Church.• We want the culture of Hampton Park to be a church full of members who disciple one another in the Word. Developing a Culture of Discipleship
  19. 19. A Loving ChurchDeveloping a Culture of Discipleship

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