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The Ways Of The Alongsider

Author: Bill Mowry
Publisher: NavPress
ISBN: 1631465732
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Disciple-making can be intimidating. You might think that someone who makes disciples has to be a teacher, a missionary, or someone who is seminary trained. Would it surprise you to know that disciple-making is just a lifestyle in which you offer people love, comfort, and encouragement where they live, work, and play? Despite our weaknesses and fears, Jesus invites us to participate in the Great Commission by helping people live for Christ in the here and now. All you have to do is live intentionally, love God, and journey alongside others—life to life. This ten-week Bible study with discussion questions spells out the “how” of making disciples through an alongsider approach to life. Discover and apply the practices of an alongsider, such as reading the Bible with others, asking questions, telling stories, encouraging application, and living on mission. The Ways of the Alongsider can be used with small groups, in a class setting, or in a one-to-one discipling relationship.

The Ways Of The Alongsider

Author: Bill Mowry
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ISBN: 9781631465741
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The Ways of the Alongsider is more than a Bible study. It's a new pathway for making disciples in life2life ways!

The Ways Of The Alongsider

Author: Bill Mowry
Publisher: NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781612913117
Size: 30.67 MB
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The Ways of the Alongsider is more than a Bible study. It's a new pathway for making disciples in life2life ways!

Friends On The Journey

Author: Ruth Fobes
Publisher: Navpress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781631465383
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NavPress’s Woman’s Journey of Discipleship series is written for women by women who know this journey firsthand. This third book, Friends on the Journey, invites you to leave a spiritual legacy for the next generation. It will equip you to invest your life in others who will in turn invest their lives in future generations. Develop good habits for healthy discipleship by learning how to minister life-to-life and by relying on God’s power and promises through prayer. Discover tools to effectively use the Bible as a resource in teaching others as well as discipling the emotionally wounded. With this book, you will be empowered by God to minister to others for a lifetime, resulting in generations of women on this journey of discipleship. Other titles include book 1, Bridges on the Journey, and book 2, Crossroads on the Journey.

The Adventure Of Discipling Others

Author: John Purvis
Publisher: Tyndale House
ISBN: 1600066577
Size: 54.62 MB
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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

Intentional Disciplemaking

Author: Ron Bennett
Publisher: NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781576832622
Size: 42.20 MB
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Making disciples is a great goal, but it doesn't just happen—you've got to have an intentional plan. Learn to create an environment conducive to creating disciples.

Walking As Jesus Walked

Author: Dann L. Spader
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802476201
Size: 57.68 MB
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Jesus must be our model for ministry. Sounds obvious, right? Or is it? Jesus, in all His humanity (and all His divinity) shows us the best possible way to live. Through the way He lived, He modeled the priorities of how to multiply “much fruit.” Following Jesus' example, His disciples then changed the course of history. How then can we follow Jesus’ example? We must study His life. How did Jesus pray? In what types of relationships did He invest? Where were His priorities? Can my priorities be His priorities? Can I walk like He walked? What we do with Jesus MATTERS. Global ministry trainer Dann Spader practically and helpfully walks us through 10 weeks of exciting, ministry-altering study to really begin to walk as Jesus walked.

Daily Discipleship

Author: LeRoy Eims
Publisher: Navpress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781576830970
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Be encouraged by this devotional's real-life stories that offer practical and encouraging teaching on discipleship.

Subversive Jesus

Author: Craig Warren Greenfield
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 031034624X
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When Jesus left the most exclusive gated community in the universe to come live with the people he loved and gave his life for, he turned everything we know and believe about life on its head. Jesus said that he came to bring good news to the poor, but most Western Christians remain disconnected and isolated from the poor and their contexts of injustice. Even our churches echo society’s pressure to isolate ourselves from the margins (e.g. by moving to a better suburb) and instead teach us how to be “nice people” who worship a “nice Jesus” and don’t disrupt the status quo. Convinced that Jesus places love for the poor and the pursuit of justice central, Craig Greenfield has sought to follow in Christ’s footsteps by living among people at the edges of society for the last fourteen years. His quest to follow this Subversive Jesus has taken Craig and his young family from the slums of Asia to inner city Canada and back again. This is the story of how Jesus led them to the margins: initiating the Pirates of Justice flash mobs, sharing their home with detoxing crackheads, welcoming homeless panhandlers and prostitutes to the dinner table, and ultimately sparking a movement to reach the world’s most vulnerable children. This book is a strong and potentially controversial critique of the status quo too often found in our churches, but it offers an inspirational and hopeful vision of another way. While readers may not relocate to a slum, they will certainly come to view their lives and ministry through a fresh lens—reconsidering how they are uniquely called by Jesus to subversively love the poor and break down systems of injustice in their sphere of influence.