Our Church community is in the process of becoming disciple-makers. That is my one goal for this year. I want to work with the leadership to develop Christians shaped by the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20. That means they are not simply learning the teachings of Jesus but following them. It will require us to go into the world and lead others into a relationship with our Savior. The result will be a group of disciples who are making more disciples, who are making more, and on and on it goes.
This is the question worth considering if you claim to be a follower of Jesus: Are you a disciple worth reproducing?
If everyone read their Bible like you, would the Church be better? If everyone were to pray as you do? If everyone were to give like you do? If everyone were to serve as you do? If everyone were to live for Jesus as you do, would the Church be a better place?
Would it be good for the world if hundreds of “you” were running around?
If not, I think I know what you need to do first in your walk of faith.