AbstractChristians today urgently need to revive their commitment to whole-life discipleship. Millions of churchgoers are Christians for a few hours every week. Christianity is something they practice on Sunday morning rather than a way of life. The withering of discipleship is one of the gravest threats facing the church today. The largest portion of lifework in the home and in jobsis excluded from the concepts of discipleship and stewardship. Most churches and seminaries have nothing spiritually powerful to offer for the activities that define most peoples daily lives during the other six days of the week. This leaves the church in particular preaching a faith that is not relevant to the totality of peoples lives.