It is not enough just to see people become Christians, we need to develop our approach to people. Although the born-again experience is the greatest miracle that we will see, we need to take things further by bring teaching of the word of God that will set a person on the right path.
As in building a house we need to set the foundation on the rock of Jesus Christ, so that the new convert can eventually grow to maturity.
Make it clear to new followers that they need to:
1/ Read the Word of God.
2/ Pray to God, in the name of Jesus – (talk to God)
3/ Come into regular fellowship with the saints – (come to church)
Hebrews 10:23 Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering (for He is faithful who promised),Heb 10:24 and let us consider one another to provoke to love and to good works, Heb 10:25 not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.
After we have established these three important factors into the hearts and minds of new converts, we should encourage them to get involved in an ongoing Bible study, with the aim of setting a good foundation in them for their Christian walk.
As servants of God are given a job, and that is to catch people with the love of Christ, by the teaching of the Word of God. But once we have done this, it is not the end of a process but the beginning of a life in Christ.
Would any of us who have had a child, cast that child away and say, “Look after yourself”? No, because we know that the child is too small to take care of itself and soon it would die. We, as Christians who have had some care and love shown towards us in our early walk with Jesus need to understand, that newborn Christians are like the little baby.
We are called by God to help in the development of the new Christians so they don’t wander back to the World.
Therefore we have developed this set of teaching and placed them on this site for you to use and follow with the hope you will continue your study in the word of God and grow in strength.