Everyday Disciples

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Every Disciples: Covenant Discipleship with Youth provides encouragement and guidance to help youth grow toward a maturity in faith by doing “everyday things” every day. This book, for pastors and adult guides to use in leading youth, provides a brief background on discipleship, covenants, and society meetings in the Methodist movement. It also explores the General Rule of Discipleship and how practicing the works of piety and mercy every day helps create a more mature faith. Covenant Discipleship helps connect youth with Christ and one another through mutual accountability and support for living in the world as Christ’s followers. The book includes suggestions for forming covenants and exploring accountability, as well as a customizable plan to start, maintain, and evaluate Covenant Discipleship groups for youth.

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