Disciple Making in Postmodern Youth Ministry; The Forgotten Ministry of Jesus?

Discipleship groups provide young people with the opportunity to learn more about their faith within a community of peers, placing a high emphasis on spiritual disciplines such as Bible study and prayer. Widely regarded as essential in the lives of any young Christian, but do these groups forget an essential function? Jesus commanded those who followed Him not only to be discipled, but to make disciples.

This dissertation will give the reader an opportunity to explore relevant literature through a library based study of the relationship between Jesus’ model of disciple making and youth ministry in today’s postmodern culture

Joshua Walker

Joshua studied with CYM Ireland and graduated with a BA Honours degree in Youth & Community Work and Practical Theology in 2014.