Living as an apprentice in the Kingdom is essential to the Anglican life—even if it won’t save our church
Jesus’s last instruction to his apprentices is often known as the Great Commission: “Go and make disciples.”
But what if we translated that into the language of the trade school? “Go set up satellite campuses to train apprentices in the ways of the Kingdom.” Which of course is what they did, all around the world. We call them churches.Why are we encouraging this thing called discipleship? Because discipleship is the essence of the Christian life.