A beginning course for discipleship leaders. This course includes six online video lessons and covers everything from starting a discipleship group from scratch to planning and visioning for your group. Whether you have been leading a group for some time or are just getting started, this course has tons of helpful insights and wisdom to help guide and deepen your efforts in discipleship.
Along with the video lessons, the course comes with several resources for evaluating, planning, and visioning for your group. You will also have the opportunity to participate in discussion forums where you can hear from other discipleship leaders, get feedback from them and from Eric (the course instructor) as well!
There are two purchasing options
Individual Study - grants an individual lifetime access to the course and all of its content. Come back anytime, go through the training again, or use the discussion forums to get answers to your questions about discipleship!
Group Study Licenses - grants permission to a parish (or parish cluster) to offer the training in a group setting, moderated by the parish coordinator.
Gift This Course (buy it for your leaders!)
Perfect for parish coordinator's who want to purchase the course for their leaders! If you would like to make this course easily accessible for your leaders, you can purchase the course using the Buy Now button below and we will send you a coupon code (within 24 hours), that you can share with them, allowing them to register for free! Buy for several of your leaders at a time and save!
Eric is a husband and father of four. He has been working full-time in ministry for the past 15 years and has been actively helping parishes and dioceses implement discipleship focused ministry since 2012. Eric is the founder of DiscipleshipTraining.com and also blogs at DiscipleshipYM.com. Eric has a great love for training and formation and has long believed that the best "strategy" in ministry is the formation of leaders. Eric also co-wrote a book titled Discipleship Focused Youth Ministry with his friend and mentor Jim Beckman.