A Disciple’s Path
A disciples path
A Disciple’s Path is an engaging approach to discipleship from a distinctly Wesleyan perspective. Rev. Khalif Smith will be leading this six-week course over seven weeks on Wednesdays starting Sept. 7. Dinner will be from 5 to 6 p.m. followed by the class from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in The Chapel for the fist week. Worship will conclude the evening at 7:30 in the Sanctuary.

Whether used as an introduction for new members or a renewal course for existing members, the program will guide individuals to take the next step in discipleship and become dynamic, engaged followers of Jesus Christ.


The study will combine a Wesleyan understanding of our growth in God’s love and grace with the time-tested practices of spiritual discipline expressed in the membership vows to uphold the church with our prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness. Participants will develop spiritual practices, discover their unique gifts, and become engaged in ministry that brings transformation in their own lives, the lives of others, and the world.

This Daily Workbook contains six weeks of daily readings (five per week) that guide participants in learning and practicing seven essential spiritual disciplines:

     Scripture Meditation
     Corporate Worship
     Small-group Community
     Financial Generosity
     Gifts-based Service
     Invitational Evangelism

Each day’s reading includes a Scripture, a message for the day, questions and prompts for personal reflection (with space provided for recording responses), and prayer. A special introductory section includes material on the history, beliefs, and structure of the church and answers to frequently asked questions.


“Whether you’re just setting out or are further along the path of discipleship, this excellent resource will help you to take the next step.” —Roger Scholtz, Senior Pastor, Manning Road Methodist Church, Durban, South Africa

“A Disciple’s Path has the potential to revolutionize the way we view our participation in the church. Following this ‘path’ can transform us from wanderers into pilgrims.” —Dr. Steve Harper, Professor of Spiritual Formation, Asbury Theological Seminary