The Great Commission
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
– Matthew 28:19-20
Dallas Theological Seminary is committed to strategically raising up the next generation of reproducing disciple-makers. In this effort, we partner with veteran disciple makers who can invest in students who have themselves devoted their lives to the Great Commission. Students are partnered with one of our Disciplers for a two semester experience where you will meet one-on-one throughout the year. If you are in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, these meetings can be face to face or can be by video conference. If you are outside the Dallas/Fort Worth area, these meetings will be by video conference with an option to meet face to face in Dallas sometime during the school year.
IMPORTANT: This is a commitment of around 2-2.5 hours a week (at least 60 minutes for preparation and 60-90 minutes for discussion).
Our trained Disciplers use one of two discipleship curriculums (see below) which can easily be used by the student to disciple others. Both of these curriculums are currently being used in churches around the United States and have been translated into many languages.
- Beginning a Christ-Centered Life
- Grasping the Faith Process
- Building Confidence in God’s Word
- Appreciating Your Security in Christ
- Embracing Your Identity in Christ
- Living in God’s Presence and Power
- Celebrating God’s Character
- Experiencing God’s Forgiveness
- Transformed by God’s Word
- Communicating with God
- Cultivating Healthy Relationships
- Pursuing Spiritual Multiplication
- Spotlighting Jesus through Your Story
- Enjoying Your Shape as You Serve Christ
- Making Decisions with God’s Wisdom
- Maximizing Your Investments
- Sustaining Motivation for Spiritual Multiplication
- Nurturing Spiritual Multiplication
Through a creative mix of case studies and scriptural illustrations, The Four Priorities workbook presents an easy-to-understand model for balancing the four priorities of Christ, self, relationships, and the world. Confronting life’s challenges with tough grace, this biblically based lifestyle helps Christians of all ages to mature in their faith and live a life of significance and influence for Christ.
- Who is Jesus?
- What’s the Big Picture?
- What is the Christian Life (Part 1)?
- What is the Christian Life (Part 2)?
- Our Response to the Grace of God
- Relating with the Almighty
Why Do I Need to Give?
- Physical Assets – Caring for the Temple
- Physical Assets – Sexual Control
- Mental Assets – The Importance of Influence
- Emotional Assets – Griping or Gratitude
- Emotional Assets – Bitterness or Forgiveness
- Emotional Assets – Depression or Joy
- Social Assets – You and Your Relationships
- Making Your Marriage Sizzle (Part 1)
- Making Your Marriage Sizzle (Part 2)
- The Parenting Gift of Protection
- The Parenting Gift of Identity
- The Parenting Gift of Confidence
- Small Groups – From
- Isolation to Connection
Church – Your Body
- A Worldview
- The Need for Evangelism
- Methods of Evangelism
- Your Culture and Your Calling
- Caring for Those Who Hurt
- Becoming a Disciple Maker