Generally the concept of discipleship follows a consistent model. First the determination is made about what is lacking in a disciple, and then attempts begin to try to fill that insufficiency. in short, discipleship has deteriorated to the effort of putting something into a person. Heavenly discipleship begins with a different paradigm. First, it believes that the fullness of Christ exists in every believer, and second, the task of every disciple-maker is to reveal that great truth. Discipleship is not putting Christ or His characteristics into a person but rather revealing the Christ that dwells in a person. It is not working for but from. When a disciple works for what he already has, he will lose that which he has. After many years of discipling struggling Christians, Michael Wells, an international speaker, shares the secret of "Christ in you, the hope of glory" and the true approach to discipleship.