What is a one-to-one Bible reading discipleship ministry anyway? David Helm summarizes it like this:
“Can you think of people in your life that you would like to see progress spiritually—perhaps a non-Christian colleague, or a Christian friend at church, or a family member? What holds them back? Is there a way to help them understand more of God in a way that is simple and personal, and that doesn’t rely on getting them to a church program or event.
All this is possible through one-to-one Bible reading.
But, what is one-to-one Bible reading? To put it succinctly, it is a variation on that most central Christian activity—reading the Bible—but done in the context of reading with someone. It is something a Christian does with another person, on a regular basis, for a mutually agreed upon length of time, with the intention of reading through and discussing a book or part of a book of the Bible. It is effective for evangelism. It is useful for discipleship. It is even helpful for training.”
I am convinced that the Bible teaches two things: First, every Christian should be engaged in personal ministry (Ephesians 4:12). Second, God changes people through … Keep Reading