For a person of faith, life can be a smorgasbord of choices often described as "exciting opportunities." Conferences, seminars, classes, book studies, CD's, retreats, videos, workshops and need-specific Bible studies abound, all designed to encourage spiritual growth. But, are Christians truly grounded in the bedrock of doctrine that supports and enriches their faith? Can they explain what they believe? Are they equipped so they can teach others? Do they have any cultural impact at all? In these post-Christian times, Judy Streeter encourages a return to the example of Jesus Christ while He was on earth. His primary plan was to disciple a few men. It was where He invested most of His time, knowing that the continuation of His teachings rested on their shoulders. The combination of good instruction, plus accountability within a small group makes for a fertile environment where solid growth can occur. Convinced that the church needs this kind of dynamic to nurture its own and to withstand the influences of a secular culture, Judy makes a strong case for the importance and effectiveness of obeying Christ's command to "go and make disciples." Beginning with the convicting principles of Scripture and moving into a clear definition of discipleship, this book is doctrinally solid, yet practical, and obviously written by someone who has spent years doing what is recommended.