Would you like to implement a strategy that's been going strong for over 40 years? Actually, I am just speaking for myself. It's really 2,000 years old.
How Much Time Will This Take? There are ten sessions and each will take 25-35 minutes to complete, only 5-7 hours total. How important is it for you to see people you love follow Christ, as you become a better follower at the same time?
COMPLETING THESE TEN SESSIONS WILL:
1) Help you be more intentional about having spiritual conversations with those you care about.
2) Help you better understand what it looks like to serve Christ in every area of life, including the vocation God has called you to.
3) IF YOU ARE A WAYNESBURG UNIVERSITY STUDENT, THERE'S MORE.
If you'll agree to some additional coaching, instead of charging for it, we are "paying" you. Since you're already investing lots of money to be here, WE WANT TO INVEST IN YOU !! See details under the "Waynesburg University Challenge" tab.
Although it is possible for us to become more effective in some areas of our discipleship by ourselves, we were meant to be in community with each other. We don't need to look any further than the way Jesus discipled the twelve. So, we will be forming a small team and go through this process together.
STILL NOT SURE? Watch the video and picture your small team doing the same thing. Then click the OUR STRATEGY tab above for more details.
"How often have we thought of discipleship and evangelism as two separate and unconnected aspects of our life in Christ? Even more harmful, we often consider discipleship necessary and evangelism optional. Or we think evangelism is only for the most zealous and “spiritually gifted” in our churches. But the New Testament paints a picture in which every disciple of Christ is normally and naturally involved in evangelism as much as in Bible study, prayer, and corporate worship." -- Mark Dever
Chuck and Shirley Baily. Our passion is working with young adults and also Waynesburg University students as part of the outreach of the First Presbyterian Church of Waynesburg, PA. My wife, Shirley, and I served the CCO for three years as resident directors in Martin Hall, along with 182 freshmen and sophomore young men. We also mentored many of the 69 CCO staff who followed us onto Waynesburg's campus. Founded in the fall of 1971, the CCO (The Coalition for Christian Outreach) now has over 200 staff members serving students on 140 campuses located mostly in the northeast USA.Shirley also had a 22 year teaching career at Waynesburg.
Dave and Jen Baily. David was born while Chuck and Shirley were working for the CCO, and he spent his first two years with lots of older "brothers" in Martin Hall. Much later, he met Jen Williams who was working for the CCO as the R.D. in Denny Hall. They were married and finished the year with the CCO at Waynesburg. Then, they continued at Carnegie Mellon.