This Introductory Session #1 begins with a discussion of “What is a Biblical Disciple?
In Session #2 we begin to delve into Phase 1 with an overview of Lesson 1-1.
In Session #3 we discuss the five components of Lesson 1-2, Knowing God.
In Session #4 we discuss Slavation Principles in Lesson 1-3.
In Session #5 we discuss The Spiritual Anatomy of a Christian and God's Character. This lesson is a transition lesson.
In Session #6 we discuss God's Divine Nature & My Human Nature. We will break down the diagram into each of it's components.
In Session #7 we introduce the mentee to the Personality of the Holy Spirit and how to relate to HIm. We review the nine principles in Lesson 1-6.
In Session #8 we discuss the topic of Lordship and Surrender - the normal progressive development of a Christian. We contrast that to the Abnormal "progressive development of a Christian". The lesson concludes with an anology of the "Rooms of My House" where we honestly assess does Jesus have access to all the "rooms of my house"?
In Session #9 we review Phase 2 Mentor Training. This section is intended to provide practical guidelines to assist the Mentor to be prepared to mentor another believer. The different sections in this lesson are:
In Session #10 we review lesson 1-9 Abiding Principles and discuss the conditional aspect of abiding and the underlying principles that helps us maintain abiding fellowship with the Lord.
In Session #11 we complete our discussions on abiding by reviewing lesson 1-10 Abiding Verses and Illustrations and lesson 1-11 Abiding Today -- the Present -- this Moment. Are issues from my past or a worry about "tomorrow" preventing me from abiding with the Lord in this moment?
In Session #12 we review Lesson 1-12 which is a review lesson and it contains elements of the prior 11 lessons. The main thought is each believer has a choice of two paths to take - to wander in the spiritual desert or to live in the spiritual Promised Land.
In Session #13 we review Lesson 1-14 where we discuss that one cannot disconnect God's sovereignty from hardships and suffering. If you do, then the hardships will appear to be random acts, and the conclusion is that God is not in control.
In Session #14, our last session in this series, we review Lesson 1-15, where we make the statement, God Will Give The Very Best To Those That Leave The Choice With Him. Do I believe that? In this very practical lesson we review the building blocks that lead us to make decisions that are in God's perfect will for us, instead of leaning on my own understanding.