Discipleship Guide

What is Discipleship

Discipleship is purposefully engaging in
a relationship with the Holy Spirit. 

The Holy Spirit has two roles

The first is to point people to Jesus,
and the second is to glorify Jesus
(John 16:13-14).

Your Daily Discipleship Journey

1. Silence and Stillness, 2. Prayer and Scripture
3. Worship, 4. Asking and Listening, 5. Being in Relationship


A daily discipleship life is essential because you will encounter the enemy daily,
and the only way to be ready is by spending time in relationship with the Holy Spirit. 

Discipleship Journey

Step One
Silence and Stillness

Spend two minutes in silence and stillness before God; this is the foundation for preparing our hearts to receive what the Holy Spirit has for us. Being still positions us in complete surrender and reliance on Him.

Step Three
Time of Worship

Step Two
Prayer and Scripture

The Bible is filled with truths and promises. Specifically, there are 7,487 promises from God to all mankind. Before reading God’s word, we pray and ask for the Holy Spirit to reveal today’s truth and promises.

Sample prayer: “Lord, as I go through this chapter of your Word, thank you for opening my eyes to see truths that set me free, promises that empower me, and wisdom to guide my prayers.”

Journal Prompt: What truths and promises did the Holy Spirit show you?

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Step Four
Placing your “Yes” on the table.

“Let the message about Christ, in all its richness, fill your lives. Teach and counsel each other with all the wisdom he gives. Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts.” Colossians 3:16

When we quiet our hearts before God in worship, the Holy Spirit does His work in us and God “inhabits our praises” Psalm 22:3.

As you take time right now to worship here is a prayer to prepare your heart:  “Lord, as I focus on you through this song of worship, fill my heart with praise and gratitude for who you are to us, and what you do for us.”

Step Five
Being in Relationship

The path of God is narrow, and the enemy opposes us on it (Matthew 7:12) to aid us and others on the journey we need be in relationship.

“Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:24-25).

Journal Prompt: Who will you share support and encouragement with today?
Two ways we place our “yes” on the table is by first correcting areas in our life that the Holy Spirit asks us to adjust and two by being the hands and feet of Jesus by yielding to the assignments the Holy Spirit has for us.

Ask the Holy Spirit, in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, to reveal anything in your life that needs to be adjusted (thought patterns, behavior, sins to be confessed and repented of). Yield to the good work the Holy Spirit wants to do in your life today.

Sample Prayer: “Holy Spirit of God, I yield myself to you in the name of Jesus Christ my Lord. Show me the adjustment you want to make in me today and give me grace to do it.”

Journal Prompt: What adjustments and assignments did the Holy Spirit have for you?