We can assume that making disciples is perhaps the greatest pursuit of any Christian as these were the last instructions by Jesus. And for the first few years of the early church, we see this clearly at work. But something happens after Acts 21: The word “disciple” disappears completely from the pages of scripture. It vanishes and with it, much of the language associated with discipleship. What are we to make of this great disappearance and what it might have to do with the trials and travails we are facing, as we seem to make disciples today?
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