After his crucifixion and resurrection, before he ascended into heaven, Jesus gave one final command to his followers telling them to "go and make disciples of all nations." This command is the job of every believer and is the task the church is given, but it begs the question: "What does it mean to 'make disciples' of Jesus?" We get a picture of how the first Christians put this command into practice and how they went about making disciples in Acts 2:42-47. In this passage, we see that there were four essential ingredients in the discipleship process of the Early Church: community, equipping, worship, and mission. At Harris Creek, we believe biblical community is the foundation, or root system, upon which discipleship must be built. A commitment to living in biblical community is ultimately the catalyst that moves us toward living the life God calls us to live.