Christian Counseling Program: Christian Mentorship and Discipleship

Christian Counseling Program: Christian Mentorship and Counseling The New Believer

Christian Mentorship requires relationship
Christian Mentorship requires relationship. Also please review our Christian Counseling Program
The essence of Christian Mentorship and Counseling is teaching the new believer the core of the faith.   Pastor Justin Buzzard below writes about his personal experiences in being a good disciple.  He calls this form of discipleship as “truth transferred through relationship”

In the article, “Discipleship 101: How to Disciple a New Believer”, Pastor Justin shows how simple it can be.
Discipleship involves a lot, but one of the most important things you can do with a new believer is read the Bible with them–teaching them how to read, understand, respond to, and apply God’s Word.
There are two men in their 20s who came to faith in Christ in recent weeks through the ministry of our church. I’m discipling these guys right now. I baptized them a few weeks ago. One of the core ways I’m discipling them is through weekly Bible reading meetings. This is how I do it:
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As one can see discipleship is sharing the faith and instructing your spiritual children.  As Counselors this is the primary purpose of one’s vocation.  Through the receving of the Holy Spirit, one receives a particular sacramental grace that enables the Christian to guide and teach others.
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Mark Moran, MA, GC-C. SCC-C