SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON DISCIPLESHIP

Our sermon ideas on Discipleship will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages on becoming a disciple of Jesus and what it means to be a lifelong follower of God's Word with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


DISCIPLESHIP SERMON OUTLINES

by Adrian Rogers

Elisha is one of the lesser known prophets in the bible but certainly but one of less importance. And there is a great, great benefit and blessing for us in studying the life and ministry of the man called Elisha because he is the prophet of abundant life. And abundant life is God's plan for me, and abundant life is God's plan for you...

by Stuart Briscoe

During His relatively brief public ministry, Jesus spent a disproportionate amount of time with a small group of disciples. In His final hours, He clarified why He had done so and what He planned for them. His words must resonate with modern day disciples...

by Stan Coffey

Discipleship is that ongoing process in our life of growing to be like Jesus. A disciple is one who is like his master. Once we come to know Christ we are to follow Christ. You remember that Jesus called twelve disciples to follow him. He took aside twelve men and they were to be with him day and day out in his ministry. When Jesus...

by J. Gerald Harris

This morning I want to speak to you about discipleship. And I want to remind you that a disciple is someone who has a desire "to know Him and to make Him known." A Christian disciple is one who follows Christ, one who submits to His authority, one who hungers to learn His truths and follow through obedience...

by Fred Lowery

Old Time Religion should never be used as an excuse for holding on to old ways or to be stuck in the past. Old Time Religion should never be used as an excuse for holding on to old ways and being stuck in the past. What I hope you've understood is, you know there - change is never an option. Anything growing is changing...

by Jeff Schreve

When you look into the church age and you look into the New Testament age, and you look into our day and age today in which we live in the church age, God has a plan. He has a master plan of how to build the church. Remember, Jesus said to Peter, ''I say to you, you are Peter (little rock), and upon this rock...

by Robert Walker

No one has better captured the journey of the Christian life than the 17th century Baptist preacher John Bunyan. His Pilgrim's Progress is a must read and re-read for every one of us. His picture of the Christian life mirrors our text, as Christian, Faithful, and Hopeful learn to deny self, die to earthly desires, and follow the narrow path of Christ...

by Rick Ferguson

Would you agree that we live in an age of great CONSUMERISM? If you have ever traveled outside of the United States you know that the rest of the world sees America as primarily a great CONSUMER nation. The fact is, Americans are not generally loved in the rest of the world because we are seen as fat, greedy...

by David Cawston

There are 5 purposes defined for each of us in these two selections of verses that make up the totality of God's purposes in our lives individually and for the church collectively. These five purposes are the foundation of this series of messages...

by Jerry Vines

I think in a way you can say that salvation and discipleship are one and the same. Yet, in another way you can say that discipleship flows from and follows the salvation experience. Discipleship is a very costly matter and Jesus says when you come and you receive my free offer of salvation...

by Robert Dawson

During a NASA space shuttle launch you will hear the phrase ''negative return.'' It is a phrase that is part of the abort protocol. It means the shuttle has reached the point and speed at which a return to the launch site is impossible. No astronaut wants to be at ''negative return'' and have to abort. Negative return also means, barring a major...

by Johnny Hunt

Research now allows us to begin with the end in mind. Lots of books written about how to ''make disciples,'' survey says! Let's hear about 5 attributes: One study broke down church members into 4 categories: 1. Exploring Christ (passive and active) 2. Growing in Christ...

by Terry J. Hallock

Mehdi Dibaj, an imprisoned Christian in Iran, wrote, ''I have always envied those Christians who were martyred for Christ Jesus our Lord. What a privilege to live for our Lord and to die for Him as well. I am filled to overflowing with joy; I am not only satisfied to be in prison... but am ready to give my life for the sake of Jesus Christ.'' Not long after...

by Jerry Branch

Perhaps you heard about this elderly woman who lived way back in the hills of North Carolina, and she operated a little old country store. This store had everything from feather pillows to horse collars, and everything from Cloverene salve to lye soap. It just so happened that this old store had a creek that ran behind it. It was just a tiny creek, and...

by Christopher Harbin

We often talk about discipleship as a nebulous concept that is variously interpreted as a devotional time of an emotional character or a series of studies seeking to impart a deeper program of religious instruction. Often the two concepts are seen as antithetical to one another, each one as encompassing the entirety of discipleship to the...

by Jimmy Evans

Prayer is one of the- most crucial actions of submission and surrender in the Christian life. Unlike humility, which is the submitting of our Ego or personal identity to the Lord, prayer is the act of submitting our actions and intentions to God.- Prayer is the surrender of human effort to the.1. approval of God...

by Jonathan McLeod

And he began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders and the chief priests and the scribes and be killed, and after three days rise again. And he said this plainly. And Peter took him aside and began to rebuke him. But turning...

by John Barnett

We are living through days so much like those when the aged Paul sat to write his young disciple named Titus. His days like ours are increasingly filled with false teachings about God, and false doctrines.For times just like those in which we live Paul writes, Christ's church is to be filled with…