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Mar 2, 2020

On today’s episode of the Journeywomen Podcast, Hunter is talking with her friend Amy Knuppe on the topic of discipleship.  If you’re just tuning in, the heart behind this series “Keeping it Local: Leaning into Discipleship in your Local Context” is to encourage learning from women right where we are. Hunter has been chatting with ladies from her local church in Hanover, New Hampshire. We hope these conversations help to pull back the curtain on discipleship relationships, which, let’s be honest, we have all probably felt intimidated by at one point or another. Our prayer is that this series helps you see that discipleship isn’t rocket science! The best way to do it really is to jump right in, especially with the help of your local church body.



Simple Discipleship Binder by Caroline Saunders



Matthew 14

Acts 2

Hebrews 10:25

John 13



  • What is discipleship and what is a disciple?
  • As a disciple of Christ, how you can further engage in your local church to walk in obedience to the call to “go and make disciples?”
  • What are the relationships that have encouraged you to follow Christ through different seasons of life? 
  • What are the markers you could share of how you’ve seen God’s faithfulness in your life?
  • How did you come to follow Jesus?





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