Political Discipleship is a praxis-based curriculum for small groups that provides a practical approach to Christian citizenship and engagement with public justice. It is designed to help small groups explore faithful, Christian citizenship by practicing citizenship together. Political Discipleship meets for 11 sessions, culminating in a face-to-face meeting with a public official.
How Do I Get Started?
It’s easy to start a Political Discipleship group. Using this form, you’ll submit your information to the Center for Public Justice. A member of CPJ’s team will contact you within three business days to talk about the curriculum and share the participant and leader guide. In addition to the curriculum, you’ll get tips on how to start your group, and get access to the participant portal.
[Our group] really grew in knowledge of our subject matter. We also have a much deeper understanding of how to engage the different levels of government. Maybe the biggest growth was just learning that we really can make an impact and that it’s not really as hard as it seems to connect with our local government and to get involved.
– Political Discipleship small group leader