Rev. Dr. Isaac Luk
They had passion and spiritual hunger. They were common enough to work outside the religious system. They had a lot to give up, but one thing they didn't have to give up was a religious career; perhaps nothing paralyzes a leader's transformation more than the prospect of losing his religious career. The process Jesus used to make disciples was rabbinical system built on progressive levels of commitment, trust, obedience, and learning. At each step He demanded greater commitment, which gave His followers greater impact. The progressed over a four-year period culminating with Great commission (Mt.28:19) and the launching of the first church history.