The great commission of Jesus was to go and make disciples of all nations. This is an instruction given to followers of Jesus for all generations in every location. Making Your Mark goes into detail about how this can be done and how every person can play their part in fulfilling the great commission.
In the book, we read how important it is to know what we are aiming for. First of all, we need to know what Jesus is aiming for. He is looking for his own followers to make disciples who are learning to obey everything He commanded.
It is true that we learn from reading the Word of God, and also from the prompting of the Holy Spirit but we learn most through our relationships with people, especially those who are willing to disciple us. Paul urged Timothy “to continue in what you have learned… because you know those from whom you learned it.” There are some things we can only learn and apply to our lives when we learn them through our relationships with people who are more mature, wiser and who have gone before us. We see an example to follow and we receive an impartation from them.
The Lord expects every one of us to be involved in the disciple-making process. We start our walk as a disciple by learning and quickly follow that by passing on what we learn. This is how disciple-making is intended to work. This book explains each step of the way so that you can make an impact on generations to come.