Item description for Down-to-Earth Discipling: Essential Principles to Guide Your Personal Ministry by Scott Morton...
Overview At last there is a personal ministry book that anybody can use. The practical, friendly, workable guide delivers everything readers need to know about being a disciple, without terrifying themselves or those they want to reach. It divides the process into simple, manageable steps based firmly on biblical principles about reaching the world for Christ.
Publishers Description This personal guide to discipleship is practical, friendly, and manageable. It shows how God can use anyone--even the person who considers himself not gifted in discipleship--to build His kingdom.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 2003
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN 1576833399 ISBN13 9781576833391
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More About Scott Morton
Bill Hull has served as a pastor in the Evangelical Free Church of America and is a popular speaker and the author of many books on discipleship, disciple-making, and spiritual formation. Bill has a BS degree from Oral Roberts University and an MDiv from Talbot School of Theology. Among his books are The Complete Book of Discipleship, The Disciplemaking Church, and Choose the Life. Bill and his wife, Jane, are the parents of two grown sons.
Scott Morton was born in 1944.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Down-to-Earth Discipling: Essential Principles to Guide Your Personal Ministry?
Down to Earth Discipling Mar 25, 2008
The book was an excellent update on older works by veteran disciple-making authors. The "lost art" has been revived and made relevant through years of personal experience by the author. I was encouraged that the need to be authentic in relationships is just as important as personal discipline and godly habits. i recommend this to all spiritual leaders that want to not only model the real Christian life but to live it themselves.