Workplace Discipleship

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age (Matthew 28.19)

​Discipleship is teaching biblical precepts, while modeling and guiding others toward living righteously as followers of Jesus Christ. This should be a cyclical process—meaning once we are discipled, we are to disciple others, and so on. One of the most important characteristics of being a disciple (a student or pupil), is to develop an intimate relationship with God through Christ rather than just learning about Him. Discipleship equips the Christian with God’s Word, prayer, doctrine, worship, encouragement, and service.

We seek to reach out to different people from our workplace, preach them and nurture them into mature disciples of Christ who live a life based on biblical values and principles. Our discipleship program consists of discipleship training and small groups in which disciples grow together sharpening one another like ion.


Our purpose is to open the eyes of Christian business owners and leaders everywhere to the fact that we are called to more than just Sunday Christianity. We are called to be disciples of His the rest of the week as well.


We often write to share what we have learned over the years and what we continue to learn going forward. We want to share resources that We have found to be helpful. We want come alongside others and learn with them as well.


We aim to encourage others that have chosen a similar path, as Marketplace ministers. Whether through relating our successes or failures, we hope other disciples of Jesus will draw strength, encouragement, hope, and wisdom from our work and words.


Our hope is that, as a result of seeing our behaviors, hearing our words, reading our writings (and more importantly listening to God), others will decide to take the same path. We believe this is our part in going and making disciples!

Integrating your Christian faith into your business is not easy. It will create challenges and frustrations. You will even wonder at times why you are working so hard at it, but you will still need to make yourself useful.