Encourage New Believers

How to Disciple New Believers in Missions

two women serving together

Have you ever wondered how early is too early to bring a new Christian with you when you do missions? First of all, your concerns and questions are normal. Will she understand? How much should I let her take on? What kind of mission trip or experience is appropriate for her first one?

An Air Force Chaplain’s Unique Approach to Discipleship

Ron and Marsha Harvell

The US Air Force’s deputy chief of chaplains, Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Ron Harvell, and his wife, Marsha, have been on mission for God in our nation’s capital since 2018.

Christian Worker Spotlight Update: Don and Mary Alan*

woman in a burka walking across Middle Eastern desert during sunset

Don and Mary Alan recently returned to the Middle East after having completed their stateside assignment. Be in prayer for them as they pick back up with meaningful relationships with nationals and encourage persecuted brothers and sisters.

Keys to Encouraging New Believers

Fellowship between believers at Baptist Friendship House

What are the keys to encouraging new believers as they seek to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ?

Welcome New Believers to Your Group with Curiosity about the Story They Have to Share

set of women offering to shake hands

We’ve all been there. Walking into a room, a group, or a place that is brand new to you wondering whether you will fit in and make friends, whether people will like you, or whether it will be an uncomfortable experience.

A Foundation for Faith: The Importance of Discipleship

women sitting on a couch reading Bibles

Discipleship is an important part of a believer’s journey, for both the new believer and the believer leading the process. Discipleship began with Jesus and His friends—the 12 disciples—and it continues in our relationships today.

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