— dis·ci·ple·ship – noun – the process of learning about the teachings of another.
“His voice leads us not into timid discipleship but into bold witness.” – Dr. Charles Stanley
It is particularly important for new Christians to know more about Jesus besides what He did for you on Calvary. Although what He did would arguably be the most important thing to understand, it is still imperative to know what Christ taught.
To be a disciple of Jesus you have to learn what Jesus taught. More importantly, you need to do what He taught. This is how you can determine if you have really committed your life to Christ.
The pages below are a rudimental course of the teachings of Christ, which we call Discipleship 101.