Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker

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When Jesus called his disciples he embraced fishermen and tax collectors and turned them into some of the most influential men to ever live. Can modern church leaders empower regular people to meet their potential as servants of God?

The standard resource in disciplemaking for over twenty years, Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker outlines Christ's methods in training his twelve disciples and presents a biblical pattern that emulates Christ's model for reaching the lost. This updated ...

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Overview

When Jesus called his disciples he embraced fishermen and tax collectors and turned them into some of the most influential men to ever live. Can modern church leaders empower regular people to meet their potential as servants of God?

The standard resource in disciplemaking for over twenty years, Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker outlines Christ's methods in training his twelve disciples and presents a biblical pattern that emulates Christ's model for reaching the lost. This updated edition includes new insights from the author's twenty years of helping churches make disciples from ordinary church members.

"This book deserves attention by anyone serious about making Christian disciples."-Robert Coleman, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

"I have used this book to return over 1,000 U.S. churches to their disciple-making roots. Next to the Bible, Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker contains the most important concepts ever written to equip local churches to effectively make disciples."-Bob Gilliam, president, T-Net International

"Bill Hull challenges our notions of who makes disciples, how long it takes, the learning process, and the end result. This book wonderfully shows how open and loving relationships were at the core of Jesus' own disciplemaking while he walked this earth, and how they are still key as he makes disciples today."-Alan Andrews, president, U.S. Navigators

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780801091698
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/1/2004
  • Edition description: Anniversary
  • Edition number: 20
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 474,229
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.54 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Hull is a writer and discipleship evangelist, as well as the founder of T-Net International, a ministry devoted to transforming churches into disciple-making churches. He has spent twenty years as a pastor and is the author of ten books, including The Disciple-Making Pastor and The Disciple-Making Church. He and his wife, Jane, live in Long Beach, California.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 7
Introduction to the New Edition 9
Introduction to the 1984 Edition 23
Part 1 Come and See
1. The Hunger of the Heart 29
2. Eyes That Begin to See 38
3. Creative Persuasion 54
Principles and Suggestions 73
Part 2 Come and Follow Me
4. The Taste of New Wine 79
5. Confirmation of the Call 97
6. Both Feet in the Real World 109
7. Our Spiritual Bonding Force 128
Principles and Suggestions 139
Part 3 Come and Be with Me
8. It Is for Life 145
9. A Labor of Love 155
10. Becoming More Like the Master 168
Principles and Suggestions 191
Part 4 Remain in Me
11. The Character of a Leader 197
12. United with God 213
Principles and Suggestions 228
Leader's Study Guide
Preface 231
Introduction: The Difference between Philosophy and Strategy 232
Part 1 Developing Structural Insights 233
Part 2 Building a Biblical Foundation 240
Part 3 Developing Your Own Plan 247
Notes 253
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  • Posted October 4, 2009

    Hull, Bill, Jesus Christ: Disciple-Maker, Colorado Strings, CO: NavPress Publications, 1984. 215pp.

    Bill Hull has authored several Christian books and pastored for more than twenty years. He is founder of T-Net International, which is a ministry that helps churches transform into disciple-making churches. Hull has earned a B.S. from Oral Roberts University and a M.Div. from Talbot Theological Seminary.
    The ultimate plan of the church, said Hull, drawn from the "Great Commission" is to make disciple. He indicates that the majority of churches have evolved into centers that basis are upon worldliness. "Discipleship is the primary thrust of the commission we have been given, we must stop tacking it on our existing structure as a subordinate program in order to ease our guilt. Discipleship must function as the heart of church ministry (10). The importance of discipleship stems from a statement made from Jesus the final night that He spent with the Apostles. From John 15: 7-8 derives vital characteristics describing discipleship: remain, to walk consistently with Jesus where growth is experienced; obedience to the "Great Commission," bearing fruit in attitude and actions; and glorifying God as the foremost objective of all Christians.
    The book has four parts where Hull contends that there were four different aspects of Jesus' training of the disciples. The evangelizing, an invitation to "Come and See," which was not the point of an actual calling into the ministry. However, it was a position to allow their curiosity to be aroused. It was here where Jesus changed Peter's name to Cephas (Rock). Hull expressed Jesus' insight to see us, as we will become. This introductory period consisted of Jesus indentifying himself (John 9:39) to the disciples, who felt that everyone would have the same enthusiasm for the Messiah. The disciples witness the first miracle of turning water into wine at a wedding feast. They saw Jesus teaching in the temple during His first of four Passover feasts and witnessed Jesus' infamous 'cleansing of the temple.' Emphasis shows that the disciples were aware of David's psalm of the corruption in the temple. Next, the feeding of the five thousand showed Jesus' indifference to popularity, and Hull illustrates how the miracle distracted the message. Lastly, the disciples witnessed taboo confrontations with Nicodemus and a Samaritan woman.
    The second part, establishing, or "Come and Follow Me" has allowed the disciple to break from the training to marinate upon what they had seen thus far. Jesus meets up with the disciples having returned to their fishing occupation and performs the miracle of 'the record catch.' At this point Jesus requests the company of the disciple. Hull describes that the discipling effort gave the followers the opportunity to reject the request. Jesus exposed them to more teaching that included the synagogues. "They were watching closer and taking mental notes because, for the first time, they could see themselves doing the same kind of ministries someday (73)." By now, Jesus' popularity had increased immensely. Everywhere they went, large crowds followed. On a visit to Peter's house, his mother-in-law was ill with fever, when Jesus entered the house the fever immediately left. The next morning Jesus stole away before the people rose for the day. Later the disciple found Jesus in a remote area praying showing them the importance of communicating with God and ministry. The disciples could clearly see that Jesus was compassionate without partiality. Learning experiences were being elevated to inc

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