A friend recently shared with me about how he had engaged in spiritual conversations with college students back when he was working for a public university. God set up the opportunities, and he took advantage of them. But as fruitful as many of those talks were, my friend felt that making disciples was something different. He said, “Since then, I have concluded discipling is serious and deliberate. It seems to be distinct from sharing in a moment. Both we must do. But, discipling seems to be more intimate, local and longer term.” This speaks of intentionality, or purposeful investment, of life-on-life transformation. The opportunities are many, but so are the obstacles we place in the way. Are you ready to be “serious and deliberate” about making disciples among those around you?