GospelCenteredDiscipleship.com exists to promote discipleship resources that help make, mature, and multiply disciples of Jesus.
You may have noticed that there are a lot of resources available for theological education, church planting, and missional church, but not for discipleship. We noticed too, so we started GCD to address the need for reliable resources on a whole range of discipleship issues. We’ve made every effort to make these resources electronically accessible. You’ll also notice that most of our resources are written from a gospel-centered perspective.
What is Gospel-Centered Discipleship?
When we use the term “gospel-centered,” we aren’t trying to divide Christians into camps but rather to promote a way of following Jesus that is centered on the gospel of grace. While all disciples of Jesus believe the gospel is central to Christianity, we often live as if religious rules or spiritual license actually form the center of discipleship.
Jesus calls us to displace those things and replace them with the gospel. We’re meant to apply the benefits of the gospel to our lives every day, not to merely bank on them for a single instance of “being saved.” A gospel-centered disciple returns to the gospel over and over again, to receive, apply, and spread God’s forgiveness and grace into every aspect of life.
What We Do
Gospel-Centered Discipleship offers eBooks and free discipleship articles. We serve a community of disciple-makers who are applying the gospel to their everyday life. Our focus is gospel-centered resources to help you make disciples. We’re committed to excellent writing that is grounded in truth. We do our best to publish material that is practitioner-tested, gospel-centered, community-shaped, and mission-focused.
Here are some of our most read articles:
Raising Gospel-Centered Children – Luma Simms asks parents, who do we place first? Our kids or Christ?
What to Say When Someone Says ‘The Bible Has Errors’ - Jonathan Dodson challenges those who question the inerrancy of Scripture.
The Introverted Evangelist – Seth McBee speaks to the challenges and opportunities of being an introvert and an evangelist.
So follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and email! It is our hope and prayer that these resources will be used to help many make, mature, and multiply disciples of Jesus - fostering an online community changed by the gospel and changing others through the gospel.
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