I am constantly amazed how many people who have been walking the Christian road for a number of years still don't have a good grasp of basic biblical truth or are blissfully unaware of the true meaning and expression of the Christian life. As I have pondered this I have come to the conclusion that true discipleship and mentorship of a new Christian to the point where that invidual is mature and trained enough to perpetuate the same action in the life of another individual seems to be a rare thing today. Am I wrong? Have we sustituted true discipleship for Louie Giglio and Beth Moore DVD's and fellowship meetings? A large number of Christians don't know how to pray, can't share their testimonies or cannot qute scriture effectively. They've never witnessed to anymone don't know what they believe and are not trained to perform any ministry in the church. Is all the apathy and inactivity the result of a neglect to disciple effectively? What is your discipleship philosophy and practice in your church?