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Discipling by Mark Dever
Before ascending to heaven, Jesus instructed his followers to “make disciples of all nations.” But what does this command actually entail? What does it look like for Christians to care for one another’s spiritual well-being and growth? In this introduction to the basics of discipling, veteran pastor and author Mark Dever uses biblical definitions and practical examples to show how Christians can help one another become more like Christ every day. The eighth volume in the 9Marks: Building Healthy Churches series, this short book explains how discipling should function in the context of the local church, teaching pastors and church leaders how to cultivate a culture of edification and growth in their congregations.
Discipling by Milton Jones
Discipling As Jesus Discipled by Dann Spader
Want to make disciples, but not quite sure how? Learn from the Master. Making disciples is tough. To walk someone from no knowledge of Christ to a deep, transforming relationship… that’s a challenge. But it’s our job. In Discipling as Jesus Discipled, you will be equipped to follow Jesus’ masterful strategy of making fishers of men. Through an interactive study of Jesus’ prayer in John 17 and various “mission trips” in the Gospels, you’ll learn: Three words that capture how Jesus made disciples Seven disciplines of a successful disciple-maker How to make the Great Commission a way of life Strategies for making disciples who make disciples You have one life, but when you impart it to others for the sake of Christ—and in the way of Christ—your life will multiply for the glory of God. Ready to learn from the Master?
Discipling Nations by Darrow L. Miller
The power of the gospel to transform individual lives has been evident throughout New Testament history. But what of the darkness and poverty that enslave entire nations? Miller builds a powerful, convincing thesis that God's truth can free whole societies from deception and poverty. Excellent study of worldviews!
The Explosive Power Of Network Discipling by Ruthven Roy
According to Roy, every Christian is called to be a disciple, and every disciple is called to be a fisher, not just a member. This discipling volume is a must-read for every believer. (Practical Life)
Effective Discipling In Muslim Communities by Don Little
Muslims who come to Christ face momentous spiritual, psychological and social obstacles that drive many to abandon their faith. Often conversion and discipleship are framed by individualistic Western models that do not acknowledge the communal cultural forces that constrain and shape new believers. Effective discipleship requires a more relational, holistic process of Christian identity development and spiritual formation in community. In this comprehensive resource, missiologist Don Little engages the toughest theoretical and practical challenges involved in discipling believers from Muslim backgrounds. He draws on New Testament principles, historical practices and interviews with seasoned disciplers ministering in a dozen countries across the Muslim world. Addressed here are key challenges that believers from Muslim backgrounds face, from suffering and persecution to spiritual warfare and oppression. Also included are implications for the role of disciplers in church planting among Muslims.
Discipling Discipline In The Christian School by Paul V. Bickel
DISCIPLING DISCIPLINE IN THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL was written for dedicated Christian teachers to help them focus on the singular opportunity they have in touching the eternal souls and spiritual lives of God's young people. This book is a call to all Christian teachers to be as effective as possible in preparing young people for a life of discipleship. The readers will find foundational building blocks and practical strategies that enable them to be successful in carrying out the mission and ministry of any Christian school. The author offers antidotes to secular trends that stifle the goals of Christian instruction. This Bible based, hands on approach to discipline can be useful to the novice as well as the veteran teacher. At the end of each chapter, the book, intended to be used as a study guide, poses questions that can be worked through alone or with colleagues. Reverend Bickel has a wealth of experience in the field of Christian education. He is the third generation in a family of educators associated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. He attended a Christian school from his earliest days and now teaches in a Lutheran High School. As an ordained pastor, he has always served churches that provided Christian day schools and Sunday schools. He received his undergraduate degree in education from Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nebraska and his Masters of Divinity from Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He has served as pastor, principal, coach, athletic director, choir director, and religion department chair. His heart is in the classroom and his devotion is to Jesus Christ and the young Christians who need to hear the "Good News." His desire is to extend God's kingdom through education, using Jesus' example as the Master Teacher.
Foundational Discipling Principles by Robert Straube
After 22 years of prayer, study, ministry observation, and seeking God's will through it all, the burden in my heart to teach disciples and raise-up Church leaders who are grounded in solid foundational principles has escalated into a powerful fervor. Therefore, my spirit has been compelled to put these principles into writing for the edification of the glory of the Lord for His kingdom. Many of these things have been taught in various forms and/or pieces. It has been my longing to put this to an organized, instructional tool that will firm up the believer's heart and mind and establish a solid foundation for disciples to build their calling upon, thereby launching the disciple's ministry for the purpose of accomplishing God's will for their lives. Like a drop of water spilled into a pool and rippling outward, it is my expectation that these teachings will ripple out into the world and change many lives. Dr. Robert "Doc" Straube was born in 1950 in Bethesda, Maryland. Growing up as a US Navy dependant he lived all around North America, Hawaii and the Caribbean, finally settling in the Seattle, Washington area. During his early college life, he earned Ph.Ds in Psychology and Business Economics. While teaching and studying at different institutions, Doc continually sought for spiritual truth studying various religions and philosophies. Finally, through God's grace, he received Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and became a born-again Christian in 1981. The Bible became his one and only source of truth. Desiring to have a complete and full relationship with Jesus Christ, he earned his third doctorate in Divinity/CHURCH LEADERSHIP. Through the love of Jesus Christ, Doc and his wife Jackie fulfill their call and commitment by helping the Church raise up disciples and training them to fulfill their ministry callings in Jesus Christ.
4 Chair Discipling by Dann Spader
Dann Spader is a disciple-maker who has spent his adult life exploring what it means to take someone from being a seeker to making disciples themselves. Over 750,000 people in 80 countries have been trained to make disciples through organizations he has led. Through studying the life of Christ and His disciple-making methods, Dann developed 4 Chair Discipling, a simple picture for others to follow. Jesus’ last words on earth had a few very specific instructions: Go, make disciples, baptize, and teach. But what does that mean for us today? Well, it’s not easy. But it is simple. Teacher and leader Dann Spader explains disciple-making as a process of moving people through four chairs, from someone seeking to know more about Christ to someone who makes disciples themselves. Chair 1: Come and See (John 1:39) Chair 2: Follow Me (John 1:43) Chair 3: Become a Fisher of Men (Matthew 4:19) Chair 4: Go and Bear Fruit (John 15:16) In the process of His four-year ministry, Jesus realized that different people are at different stages of growth and development, and He works to challenge each of them to the next level. In 4 Chair Discipling, you’ll get a clear and simple picture of how to follow in Jesus’ footsteps and do the same thing.
The Adventure Of Discipling Others by John Purvis
Just like Jesus, you can pour faith into believers, helping them grow spiritually and fulfill their unique niche in God’s kingdom. In this handbook and Bible study you’ll learn:Why we are called to disciple believersWhat topics lay a biblical foundation for new ChristiansHow to develop a discipling process