Do you have an
EFFECTIVE STRATEGY
for making disciples?

Every church disciples people in some way, the question is, are you doing it

INTENTIONALLY,
STRATEGICALLY &
EFFECTIVELY?

 

Strategic Discipleship provides churches with free discipleship curriculum to help people mature to the point where they assume responsibility for the spiritual growth of others.

Free
Curriculum

Strategic Discipleship 

is pleased to offer 4 phases of discipleship curriculum

free of charge.

The curriculum covers many of the topics we believe are important to be taught in the discipleship process.

Not only are small group questions provided, but also comprehensive Teacher Notes to help the teacher fully understand the principles being explored.

The best part – it’s FREE!

For ministries that do not want the hassle of printing the documents each week,

or for those who simply enjoy having a printed book in their hands,

published manuals are available for purchase.

“We have continued to have our Strategic Discipleship small groups through the pandemic and have just switched to meeting on Zoom. The material actually does well on Zoom and our people have been able to see each other and learn together.” 

Pastor Tim

BC, Canada

NEW BIBLE STUDY RESOURCE

17 SMALL GROUP LESSONS:

Questions to evoke discussion within a small group.

The first letter to the Corinthians contains a variety of topics from church unity, lawsuits, sexual immorality, church discipline, worship, marriage and divorce, spiritual gifts, to the return of Christ…and many more.

It doesn’t shy away from challenging issues relevant to our churches today.

It’s an excellent bible book to study as a small group – guaranteed to raise lots of active discussions.

TEACHER & SHEPHERD

APPRENTICE MANUAL

Developing small group leaders in a ministry setting can be challenging. They always seem to be in short supply. This will always be the case unless you have an intentional and strategic plan to be constantly investing in new people to help them evenutally fulfill these roles.

Every small group could ideally use two types of leaders: one who can teach well, and one who can shepherd and relationally care for the group. This usually requires two different people with different giftings.

Whether or not you utilize both these roles, this manual is designed to help you apprentice potential future leaders for your small groups. 

You will want a book for each apprentice and mentor.