Item description for Disciple-Making Pastor, The: Leading Others on the Journey of Faith by Bill Hull & Robert Coleman...
Overview SUBTITLE: Leading Others On The Journey Of Faith
Christ commanded the church to make disciples, to produce people who love and obey God, bear fruit, and live with joy. The crisis at the heart of the church is that we often pay lip service to making disciples, but we seldom put much effort behind doing it. For the pastor who is ready to put words into action, The Disciple-Making Pastor offers the inspiration and practical know-how to do so. Bill Hull shows pastors the obstacles they will face, what disciples really look like, the pastor's role in producing them, and the practices that lead to positive change. He also offers a six-step coaching process to help new disciples grow in commitment and obedience and practical ideas to integrate disciple making into the fabric of the church.
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Studio: Baker Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.86 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0801066220 ISBN13 9780801066221
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Hull & Robert Coleman
Bill Hull is a discipleship evangelist and the author of the bestselling discipleship classics, The Disciple-Making Pastor, and Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker. He served as a pastor for 20 years and now leads the Bonhoeffer Project. Bill regularly speaks and teaches on discipleship and also serves as an adjunct professor at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.
Bill Hull currently resides in Long Beach, in the state of California. Bill Hull was born in 1946.
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Bill Hull is a champion of biblical discipleship Feb 6, 2008
Hull never strays into unbiblical "shepherding" theories of discipleship. He consistently develops a cogent argument for how pastors should forget about entertaining people and set about equipping their members for ministry. Unlike his more general works on disciple making, this title is geared towards leaders. Hull begins by stressing the importance of discipleship, challenging the traditionalist view that the pastor is the only one capable of doing important ministry. Later he focuses on how pastors can coach their people toward a successful multiplication ministry. - Dennis McCallum author, Organic Disciplemaking: How to promote Christian leadership development through personal relationships, biblical discipleship, mentoring, and Christian community