Making New Disciples
I value this book and heartily commend it.
As we have come to expect from these authors, Making New Disciples is readable in style, honest in confronting problems and hopeful in its solutions. With its broad understanding of discipleship as the development of the whole human person in Christ, there is plenty here to challenge those who are fully signed up to the discipleship agenda and a great deal of wise guidance for those who struggle to understand it. Vital reading for anyone interested in growing new Christians.
A brilliant book that doesn’t pull its punches in highlighting the contemporary challenges facing mission within the Church, but leaves you with a strong, God-centred sense of hope. I’ll be buying a copy for all my colleagues – what more can I say?!
I really warm to Evangelism: Which Way Now? It is helpful, honest and hopeful . . . Well done Mark Ireland and Mike Booker. Though Anglicans they speak beyond their denominational boundary to all the churches in Britain who are concerned about evangelism and mission.
If I had to recommend one single book to someone who wants to think seriously about evangelistic engagement I have no hesitation in saying that this [Evangelism: Which Way Now?] would be it.