7 edition of The disciple making church found in the catalog.
The disciple making church
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-256).
|LC Classifications||BV4520 .H78 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||90035377|
Churches are missing a model for making disciples that is clear and simple for every believer. The focus of church leaders must shift from being executors of ministry ourselves to being equippers of the saints, who will in turn partner with us to carry out the ministry. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find The Disciple Making Church () by Hull, Bill/5().
Summary: Disciple making is for every Christian and every church. All of us, church leaders and laypeople alike, have been called by Christ to reach out to the world with the gospel. In this book, Bill Hull explains why disciple making must be the focus of every believer's life . A biblical look at discipling -- The focus of the disciple-making church -- Part 2: The first church: Jerusalem. Founding the first church -- Practices and priorities of the first church -- Challenges for a growing church -- Breaking the barriers to disciple making -- Part 3: The mission church.
Something new is not what’s needed, rather we need to be reminded of our first priority: to make disciples who make disciples. In the wake of the Jesus movement, the Church Growth Movement, the House Church Movement, the Large Church Movement, the Small Church Movement, the Urban Church Movement, the Suburban Church Movement, the Practical, Pragmatic, and Prosperity Church . The Disciple Making Church by Hull, Bill and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Disciple Making Church by Hull, Bill - AbeBooks Passion for books.
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In this update of his groundbreaking book, Bill Hull explains why disciple making must be the focus of the church and shows us our part in making it happen. With practical examples drawn from vast ministry experience, Hull helps the church deepen and enrich the lives /5(17).
Disciple Making Church, The Revised ed. Edition by Mcdonald Glenn (Author) out of 5 stars 15 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
/5(15). Bill’s passion is to help the church return to its disciple making roots and he considers himself a discipleship evangelist. This God-given desire has manifested itself in 20 of pastoring and the authorship of many books.
Two of his more important books, Jesus Christ Disciple Maker, and The Disciple Making Pastor, /5. In this update of his groundbreaking book The Disciple Making Church: Leading a Body of Believers on a Journey of Faith, Bill Hull explains why disciple making must be the focus of the church and shows us our part in making it happen.
With practical examples drawn from vast ministry experience, Hull helps the church deepen and enrich the lives of believers as they learn to truly follow Christ.5/5(2). The Disciple Making Church: From Dry Bones to Spiritual Vitality. Review This is an excellent resource for pastors and congregations seeking to reclaim formation and discipleship as central to their life and purpose/5.
The Disciple-Making Church (Epub, Mobi & PDF) | Bill Hull | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Book Review: The Disciple Making Church by Glenn McDonald In The Disciple Making Church: From Dry Bones to Spiritual Vitality, author Glenn McDonald addresses what he sees as the critical element missing from the modern Christian Church: discipleship.
Author Bio 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 more than twenty years as a pastor and is the author of several books, including Jesus Christ Disciplemaker 5/5(1).
Discipleship is Jesus’ main commission to the church: “Go and make disciples” (Matthewniv). It is to be a lifestyle, our basic DNA and way of doing things.
It is to be a lifestyle, our basic DNA and way of doing things. With a chapter devoted to the centrality of the local church (chapter 4) and multiple chapters analyzing different church models (chapters ), the authors essentially make good on their claim that “the church is the relational context for disciple making” (71).
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 more than twenty years as a pastor and is the author of several books, including Jesus Christ, Disciplemaker and Choose the : Baker Publishing Group.
In Septembera paper entitled ‘Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making’, a background paper for ACC, articulating a theological rationale for discipleship, was presented to the Standing Committee. The paper, which is the basis for this book, was very warmly received, and theFile Size: KB.
The Best Books about the Disciple Making Movement By Jim Egli on November 1, in Church Planting, Discipleship An amazing move of God is sweeping around the world today.
This book will make readers pause to examine both their life and their ministry. I heartily recommend it."--Jim Pearson, senior pastor, Brookside Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana; author, Minefields in the Marketplace"In my pastorates I have used The Disciple-Making Church as a training manual for church 5/5(2).
One of the reasons is because when Jesus created the Church in Acts 2, the Church became Jesus’ primary vehicle for the making of disciple-makers. Disciple-making in the New Testament comes in the context of loving accountable small groups that are relational (follow me), intentional (I will make you), and missional (fishers of men).
Written by Bobby Harrington Bobby Harrington is the Executive Director ofa national platform, conference, and ministry that advocates for Jesus’ style of disciple making.
He is the founding and lead pastor of Harpeth Christian Church (by the Harpeth River, just outside of Nashville, TN). DISCIPLE-MAKING CHURCH, THE Paperback – Nov. 1 by Bill Hull (Author) out of 5 stars 14 ratings/5(14). The introduction asks the question: "Is Disciple Making for Everyone?" Hull begins by dredging up the problems with discipleship in the past and in the contemporary church.
He mentions how the church has neglected discipleship at home for the sake of evangelism abroad; and how leaders that are committed to discipleship face challenges and conflict/5(2).
Simple-Essential Church Charts Simple Church = God’s Process for Making Disciples Clarity Start with a mission statement for making disciples. Clarify in your mission statement what kind of disciples you wish to produce in your church—connected to God, to others, and.
God’ plan is to reach the world with the gospel. He commanded the church to do this by making disciples. Men training men and women training women is his method.
The encouragement of this lesson is to train reproducing disciples even though it takes longer and is harder. Martin Luther stated that our future life needs to affect the present. The Disciple Making Church Hardcover – 1 Aug.
by Bill Hull (Author)/5(14).A ll of the links below will take you to consecutive chapters of a book by David Servant entitled The Disciple-Making gh written primarily for ministers, The Disciple-Making Minister can benefit anyone who desires to serve in the body of Christ.
The second two chapters deal primarily with the subject of house churches, and would be of interest to anyone wanting to learn more on.6. The Commitment of a Disciple-Making Pastor He not only talks about discipleship but has committed himself to making it a reality in his church.
7. The Practices of a Disciple-Making Pastor He follows four practices that build up the church to take an active part in disciple making.