Growing As Disciples is a daily discipleship devotional study guide series being written by Jon Ulrich.
This discipleship devotional study guide series, when complete, will include 30 – 40 day discipleship devotional study guide experiences such as:
40 Days With God The Father
40 Days With Jesus Christ.
40 Days With The Holy Spirit
40 Days Of Guidance
40 Days Of Identity
40 Days Of Prayer
40 Days Of Parables
This blog will provide daily posts from the different 4o day experiences.
These 4o day Discipleship experiences have been in development and use for seven years.
Pilot participants have experienced significant life transformation and growth as followers of Jesus Christ.
For An Overview Of Growing As Disciples click here.
For A Guide To Using The Growing As Disciples, Discipleship Devotional Study Guides Click Here:
As these materials are being developed your comments are greatly appreciated.
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- You found a typo.
- You thought of a great question to ask.
- You found an awkwardly worded sentence or question.
- You would like to suggest a series on a particular topic.
- You have a favorite Bible passage that you would like included in a particular series.
- You have a refinement of these materials to suggest.
- You have a concern about something.
- You see a mistake somewhere in the materials.
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Jon Ulrich has worked for twenty-five years in the field of Discipleship and Christian Education. He received his B.A. in ministry from the University of Northwestern and his Master of Divinity from Bethel Theological Seminary. He is a certified life coach, mentor and trained spiritual director. For the last twenty years Jon has served as a Scott County Commissioner. He also has served on the Vision Board at Hosanna Lutheran Church in Lakeville, Minnesota. Jon lives in Savage, Minnesota with his wife Carolyn. Jon and Carolyn have two grown children. Son, James served four years in the Marines and is now engaged in law enforcement since completing a criminal justice and accounting degree at Winona University. Daughter, Stephanie played college hockey and graduated from Cornell University and is now a bi-lingual school teacher in California.