Jesus mandate, “Go ye . . . and teach . . . baptizing them . . . teaching them to obey all things whatsoever I’ve commanded you,” is not the counting of converts but the making of disciples. A church has failed if it makes converts but does not establish disciples. Disciple-making is intentional and progressive. As children grow at different paces – so those born again grow at different paces, but grow they must. What is your disciple-making pattern? If you have none, explore the practical ideas in “The How and Why of New Convert Care,” then move on to these discipleship materials proven in the laboratory of a real-world church.