Evangelism & Discipleship

You then, my child, be strengthened by the grace that is in Christ Jesus, and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.

2 Timothy 2:1-2

At GCC, we often share that the DNA of our church is rooted in evangelism and discipleship. It’s one of the top reasons why people make GCC their church family. Evangelism and discipleship will continue to be a top priority in our church as we seek to fulfill Christ’s command, found in His Great Commission.

We'd like to encourage your journey with the resources below. If you have questions or would like to receive additional resources on these topics, complete the form at the bottom of the page.

Discipleship Survey

At GCC, we're committed to being a church that prioritizes discipleship. Please take the short discipleship survey found in the link below.

Evangelism Plan

Simple Evangelism

Prepare to Share by Tim Parsons
This step by step guide will lead you through the act of sharing your faith with others. Use this resource as your roadmap for evangelism. Each step takes you deeper in conversation and leads to opportunities to share the Gospel through God's word. 

Illustrative Evangelism

3 Circles: Life Conversation Guide by Jimmy Scroggins 
Life change. It all begins with a conversation. The gospel of Jesus Christ is the most profound reality of life. But sharing it with someone can be as simple as three circles. Discover how you can share the gospel with anyone using the Life Conversation Guide, a companion resource to the new Life On Mission book.

Missional Evangelism

Missional Contextualization by Erik Koliser
From the author: People hear and see a God who is pursuing them through the world around them. Through these spiritual longings AND smashed idols. They find the answer they may have been unknowingly looking for but ultimately needing. As good missionaries we can help share the Gospel through such things and it’s my prayer and hope that we will not only learn how to do this better but start thinking, living and sharing the Gospel as missionaries.

Discipleship Plan

I'm a Christian, Now What?

Many people come to know Christ as Savior but never progress to the stage of knowing Him as Lord. Without this vital growth, they are miserable and unproductive. The goal of this book is to provide a tool for new believers to aid in these first few steps of growth. This book is designed to stimulate questions and encourage the growth of new converts. I trust it will help you to bridge the gap from birth to adulthood in the Christian experience!

One to One Bible Reading

Imagine if there was a way that people could grow in their knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christa way that returned gospel growth to the everyday fabric of personal relationship, rather than relying on church-run programs. That guided people in a deeper, more meaningful way than an event, program or class could possibly doguided on an individual basis by someone who cared for them personally. What is this way? What is this activity that is so simple and so universal that it meets the discipleship needs of very different people at very different stages of discipleship, even non-Christians? We call it reading the Bible one-to-one. But what exactly is reading the Bible one-to-one? Why should we do it? Who is it for? In One-to-One Bible Reading: a simple guide for every Christian, David Helm answers these important questions.

Topical Books For Discipleship

Are you interested in learning from Christian thinkers past and present? Are you looking to challenge yourself in growing deeper in your understanding about Christ, yourself, and the world around you? If so, check out this list of books that can be used in cultivating your personal discipleship. Topics range from specific issues on modern technology, parenting, and living within a secular culture to age old questions on sin, providence, and man’s purpose in the world. Click the link below to find a book for you.

Handbook for Spiritual Reproduction

Although many people talk about, study, and even attempt discipleship, most Christians never experience the full joy of it. Discipleship is only truly complete when the person being discipled becomes a discipler. That's what this book is all about. I hope you will use it to teach many others how to give away the gift you have to give them!

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