—- Read the books that inspired the disciple dilemma —-
Disciple Making: A personal, prioritized path to be a disciple and to make disciples.
The book you would go through with a new believer to help them begin to think about their life as a disciple – and a disciple-maker.
Asking if the primary objective of the church—discipling individuals —has been “outsourced”.
How to make more disciples with fewer people.
A classic. A pragmatic way to: Go, make disciples, baptize, and teach.
A mammoth 10-year research project about the changing shape of religion in America.
Probably the best “culture” book out there for disciple making
Another classic: How to “Go and Make” very very well.
Can we afford Western Christianity’s price tag? John
The dangers of production methods to mass produce Christ-followers.
From Fuller Seminary: Six “stages” of a disciple’s life
Pastor, Philosopher and Intellectual Francis Schaeffer’s magnum opus on culture and disciples.
A Classic for the modern disciple.
Why people are de-churching with respect to beliefs, behavior, and belonging.
Counselor and theologian Ashley Chesnut tackles key issues for women as disciples.
An uncomfortable and invaluable read.
Why a world without God is nonsensical – and why the one with Him is the real deal.
People say this book should have been titled “The Master Plan of Dscipleship”
William Wilberforce, the British slave emancipator writes about the loss of discipleship as society and time trundle along.
We need a different style of leadership—one patterned after Jesus.
Examining the lives of hundreds of historical, biblical, and contemporary leaders.
For forty years, The Measure of a Man has taught how to live faithfully, lovingly, and spiritually.
The course of the thinking person’s journey toward faith and meaning.
The riches of traditional Christian spirituality, bringing the real good news to Christians of all ages.