Engage: Discipleship is now available for churches looking to build disciples in their congregations and communities. It is the second of three studies from Engage curriculum, based on the well-loved Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) program of the same name.
The study seeks to call, train, inspire, and support disciples of Jesus Christ. Grounded and inspired by stories of discipleship found in the Acts of the Apostles, each session is intended to revive our call to serve as Christ’s disciples, to strengthen our abilities to witness to him, to enhance the ways we call others to discipleship, and simply to enjoy life together in the body of Christ.
“Putting in a good word for Jesus, especially among people needing to hear that word, is never easy,” said Boyd Lien, editor, Engage curriculum. “But joining together to share our faith openly, to enlarge our understanding, to connect our stories with God’s redemptive story, to practice various approaches, and to encourage and pray for one another will make our call to be evangelists easier.”
Developed in partnership with the Office of Evangelism, PC(USA), and Congregational Ministries Publishing, each seven-session curriculum resource—Engage: Gospel, Engage: Discipleship, and Engage: Mission—inspires a journey of prayer and faith sharing, equips members to live out and share their growing faith, and connects the church with its community.
Learn more about Engage at pcusa.org/engage.