lost art of disciple making by LeRoy Eims

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Published by Zondervan Corp. in Grand Rapids .

Written in English

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  • Christian leadership.

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StatementLeRoy Eims ; foreword by Robert E. Coleman.
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LC ClassificationsBV4501.2 .E32
The Physical Object
Pagination188 p. :
Number of Pages188
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Open LibraryOL4729216M
LC Control Number78017227

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Coleman) Highlighted for Leadership Training by Jeffrey Pearson Lead Pastor, THE BRIDGE FORDWORD Jesus came to save the world, and to that end He died, but on His way to the cross He concentrated His life on making a few disciples.

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The book explores the need to reproduce disciples, the biblical basis for multiplying disciples, and examples in scripture. It then discusses the people involved, the process of discipleship, practical objectives to shoot for, and how to develop workers and leaders who will go and do the same.

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Very thorough overview of the need, Biblical imperatives and the "how-to's" of disciple-making. Also features a plan to cover certain topics and issues with which to take your disciple through.

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Zondervan Publishing. Grand Rapids, Michigan. US $ Reviewed by the Staff of Dynamic Steward. Even though this book is now more than twenty five years old, it still provides excellent principles for a discipling ministry. This book examines the growth process in the life of a Christian and considers what nurture and guidance it takes to develop spiritually qualified workers in the church.

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I challenge you to read it and then go make disciples!”.Disciples in the Early Church Help People Process of Making Disciples ng Objectives for a Disciple Workers are Still Few to Develop Workers ng Objectives for a Worker The Need for Leadership How to Train Leaders Confident and Unashamed Appendix 1 Training and Objectives for a Disciple.One of the strengths, The Lost Art of Disciple Making has, is practicality.

The book is full of practical advice about following Jesus in making disciples. Ideas from sharing one’s testimony to helping an immature Christian grow in their faith. Another strong point in the book is its connection to the Scriptures.

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