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Continue is a solid, biblically-based program designed to give you a sure foundation on the Word of God. Discipleship is nurtured in the context of loving relationships within the body of Christ. Every week, dozens of Christians are becoming grounded in their faith and learning answers to their spiritual questions. The Continue discipleship program has been found to be cross-culturally relevant and biblically sound. When you enroll in discipleship, you will be placed with an experienced Christian who will help guide you in your new-found faith.
Featuring fourteen lessons that cover key Bible doctrines and personal applications, Continue is perfect for helping a new Christian become grounded in God's Word and develop a growing walk with Christ. Each lesson includes a straightforward outline with thorough support Scriptures and is written so anyone can easily teach. Additionally, each week includes daily devotions to encourage the new Christian to develop the habit of getting into God's Word.
Every lesson covered a specific topic of basic doctrine and Christian living. It contains an introduction and three main points followed by an application and assignment.
Each lesson in the course includes around twenty key verses to the topic and are designed for the disciple to look up in the Bible.
Throughout the lessons are "conversation starters" that are designed to spark conversation that leads to personal examples or practical application.
Each lesson is written with a 45-60 minute time frame in mind. Some lessons may take less time and some more, depending on the questions the disciple has about the topic.
At the end of each lesson are five daily readings. The devotional readings give further information and encouragement to the disciple as he develops a habit of daily reading God's Word.
One of the vital aspects of Christian growth is personal involvement in serving the Lord through local church ministry. In lesson 10, the disciple is encouraged to discover his spiritual gifts and get involved in an area of ministry.