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After articulating principles for making disciples, the authors offer ideas for reaching friends and family, insights on how congregations can support evangelism, and suggestions for more effective incorporation of new converts into the church community.
1 The Master's Plan for Making Disciples
2 How New Disciples Are Made
3 Key Principles of Disciple-Making
4 Seven Steps for Making Disciples
5 How to Reach Your "Extended Family"
6 Your Church—Partner in Disciple-Making
7 Incorporating New Disciples into the Church
8 The Master's Plan—to the Ends of the Earth
Posted May 19, 2001
If you are interested in learning how to really make a difference for Christ, this book will be a precious treasure to you. It is concise and easy to read, avoiding theological and academic language. It is packed with very practical insights for becoming a contagious Christians (to borrow a phrase from Hybels) and for helping any church become more like the institution Christ intended. I highly recommend this book to pastors and layleaders. This is something you can use as a discipleship tool and as a pattern for building a truly evangelistic church that makes disciples and not just converts.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.