The first part (of three) is going to be about making disciples, or maybe more like describing it.
Making disciples is an all your life kind of thing. It usually goes on with one-on-one teaching not with 20 people. I think a lot of us have thought about those HUGE famous people like Francis Chan or Louie Giglio and go "I am not as good as them, I don't have those wonderful talking skills he has. I could never do it." Actually, you do not have to have awesome talking skills or amazing unusual skills to make somebody a disciple. Sometimes it means as simple as just being there for somebody! I don't know exactly where you are in the day, but if you are with friends or somebody you know is not a Christian, make disciples always.
Matthew 28:19-20 "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of age."
I am a normal 11 year old kid... well, half normal anyway. I'm an only child. I like basketball and I want to learn to play the drums. I HAVE been to Disney World (AWESOME!), summer camp, the beach, water parks, amusement parks, movie theaters (duh), and Las Vegas & Washington D.C. (to visit my grandparents). I can make homemade ice cream and pancakes with no adult supervision. Every once in awhile I have a thought about the Bible that my parents think is pretty cool. You'll find those here.