Looking for a heart and culture-changing Christian discipleship book?
Need some discipleship resources, materials or curriculum for your Bible study?
It’s easy to find something to fill a slot. But maybe you want something that helps you make disciples, grow your people and make your church healthier.
That’s what I wanted.
I’ve been a pastor for over two decades. I don’t want to just “do church” I want to be a disciple of Jesus and make disciples.
• The Purpose of Every Biblical Church
• The Basic Job Description of Every Pastor
• The Call on Every Follower of Jesus Christ
Yet how many of us have never gotten around to defining what exactly a disciple is?
I pastored for over 10 years before I figured it out.
I dug into the Word, taught what I learned, and saw people grabbing ahold of the concepts with excitement.
So I finally wrote this book.
It’s intended to be a discipleship training tool that you can use as your own personal study, or as a curriculum in a Bible study. If nothing else, it should probably be in your library as a discipleship resource.
Our Small Groups Page has free downloadable pdf’s to help your small group leaders plan their lessons. There’s also a brief video “prep talk” tied to the lessons for those leaders to view to make sure they understand the priorities of each lesson.
It’s what I’ve always wanted for my church but could never find.
This study will give your congregation a common language and a shared understanding of what it actually means to be a disciple. They will also be motivated to participate more directly in making disciples.
Get your people off the merry-go-round of information overload, knowledge without action, being “Christian” but not following Jesus.
Head over to the ChristFollowerDNA.com home page to learn more.
Author, DNA of a Christ Follower
P.S.: I often suggest to pastors that they get a copy of the book and read Chapters 1, 2, and 11 before deciding whether or not to go ahead with this discipleship approach. Because once it’s clear to your congregation what a disciple is they will expect you to have a plan to make disciples. And that could require changes in your programming and staff configuration and your budget.
Which could get uncomfortable.
But it could also get very exciting…
Because isn’t Making Disciples the reason we got into ministry in the first place?