What is a disciple?
Luke 6:40 - are trained and follow the Master
John 8:31,32 - are free, but free in Christ
John 13:34,35 - have an attitude of self-sacrifice towards fellow believers.
and eventually . . . 2 Timothy 2:2,24,25 - can teach others with patience and kindness
Why make disciples?
Matthew 28:18,19 - Jesus commissioned us to go
How was discipling done?
Acts 18:24-28 - personally
Acts 20:18-21 - in their homes
Hebrews 5:11- 6:2 - Expected that disciples would eventually teach others. But some ceased to practice what they had already learned. Needed to find a discipler to be taught again the 7 fundamental teachings of Christianity.
The Seven beginning teachings of the Christian faith:
1) Christ
He is Savior, teacher, promiser - Luke 6 - John 3:16 - John 6:35-40
His death and resurrection - Luke 23:13-44; 24:1-9
He is our King, our Lord - John 2:5; 12:25,26; 18:36,37; Romans 10:9-11
His nature, his role, his rank
He is Creator, an exact replica of God (the Father), distinct from his Father, seated at a lower rank, at the right hand of Majesty (Hebrews 1:1-3)
God is his Father (John 5:18)
Is eternally submissive to his Father (John 5:19)
Can do everything his Father does (John 5:20)
Jesus claimed (in John 8:40-58) to be the Speaker of Genesis 17:1,15-21; 18:10-14; 21:1-3 (=God Almighty) 
If Jesus ran for president, would you vote for him?
2) Repentance from dead works
'Dead works' are primarily works that lead to death, ='sin' (Hebrews 9:14; Romans 6:23; 7:5; Revelation 2:21-24)
'Repentance' means to stop and turn around (Acts 26:20)
Loving a life of sin keeps one out of the Kingdom (Galatians 6:7,8; 5:19-21)
Walking in God's Spirit enables us to repent (Galatians 5:16-18, 22-25;)
3) Faith toward God
Hallow (honor) God's name (Matthew 6:9)
God's Hebrew name ("Yahweh") was holy (Leviticus 24:16; Exodus 20:7; Psalm 83:18)
Only the most Holy objects, like altars, could contain the Name of God (Genesis 22:14; Exodus 17:15)
Faith in God's promises (Hebrews 11:1,6)
Faith in God's word
God's original written word is inspired (2 Timothy 3:15-17; 2 Peter 1:16-18; 1 Thessalonians 2:13)
All we need has been preserved until now (Romans 15:4)
Although some inspired words were not preserved (John 20:30; 21:24,25)
Faith in God as Creator - not evolutionist (Hebrews 1:2; 3:4) Native americans wear glasses. Male Black widow spiders are not survivors.
Do you believe the posted sign (above Jesus head)? Luke 23:38
Jesus is King (Lord/Boss) and has a Kingdom to come - Luke 23:38
You have broken His law and deserve punishment - Luke 23:41
You believe He died and was raised from the dead into His kingdom - Luke 23:42
You believe Jesus will remember you if you ask him. - Luke 23:42,43
You believe prayer is a way to tell Jesus your life is in his hands - Acts 7:59
4) On Baptisms (Jewish baptisms, John's baptism, Jesus' baptism)
Christian baptism is by complete immersion (Acts 8:39)
Baptism is like Jesus' death and resurrection (Romans 6:3-5)
Believers are baptized into a the one fellowship of all who walk in the Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:13)
5) Laying on of hands (Congregational relationships and ministries)
In the Body, one will see mature ones who have been faithful and have been given spiritual gifts. Some have had responsibilities laid upon them by the 'hands' of the Body. These gifts and responsibilities should be practiced and handled with dignity and purpose (Acts 6:1-6; 1 Timothy 5:22; 2 Timothy 1:6).
6) Resurrection from the dead
A fundamental teaching - 1 Corinthians 15
The spirit of believers is in heaven prior to the resurrection - Ecclesiastes 12:7; Hebrews 12:23
The resurrection of the spirit is future, at the Last Day - Daniel 12:2 ; John 11:24
The resurrection is of the spirit and the body - Psalm 16:8-10; Acts 2:24-37; Luke 24:36-43; but the flesh will be changed (1 Corinthians 15:35,42-51; Romans 8:9)
7) Everlasting Judgment
For the lost, those who reject the King, his authority, his salvation, there is an everlasting punishment - Luke 19:27 ; 2 Thessalonians 1:6-10
There are three views within the conservative Evangelical Christian mainstream community
Eternal suffering Eternal separation Eternal smoke (a minority viewpoint)
See R.C. Sproul's Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, Section 106 - "Hell" See J.P. Moreland in The Case for Faith (by Lee Strobel) Chapter 6. See Evangelical Essentials Chapter 6 - John Stott's response.
All three agree that:
The wicked will be raised for a final judgment (Acts 24:15; John 5:27-29 )
Their final place is likened to a lake of fire (Revelation 20:13-15; 21:8)
The Devil and his demons will experience conscious suffering there forever. (Matthew 25:41,46; Revelation 20:10)
The punishment is forever in an eternal place, it is not rehabilitative (Isaiah 66:22-24; Mark 9:44-48)
The condemned will experience extreme conscious unpleasantness (Hebrews 10:31 ; Matthew 8:11,12,28,29; 24:50,51)
The punishment is from God and is likened to plagues and torment (Revelation 22:18) The discomfort results not from torture, but from being separated from God and his kingdom (Matthew 7:23; 22:13; 25:30; 2 Thessalonians 1:9,10) Although the punishment continues forever, wicked humans will be killed, both body and soul. Their conscious response to the punishment will eventually cease (Hebrews 10:26-29 ; Matthew 10:28; Luke 12:4,5).