The Priority of Making Disciples (Download)

The Priority of Making Disciples (Download)

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Overview

Those in the church and ministry are familiar with the Great Commission – the call to go forth and make disciples. However, for many, it isn’t that easy in a world increasingly influenced by doubters and distractions. Many Christian leaders may talk about it, but few really do it. Making disciples isn’t a complicated program, but a simple plan that comes only from Jesus. Now a diverse group of pastors, representing urban and rural communities, secular and Christian areas, as well as diverse multicultural backgrounds, and all known for successfully making new disciples, have gathered these sermons to encourage others to be disciple makers too.

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SKU K766-3
Manufacturer New Leaf Press
Weight (in lbs) 0.00
Title The Priority of Making Disciples (Download)
Subtitle The Messiah and Our Mission in Matthew 28:16-20
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group, LLC

Those in the church and ministry are familiar with the Great Commission – the call to go forth and make disciples. However, for many, it isn’t that easy in a world increasingly influenced by doubters and distractions. Many Christian leaders may talk about it, but few really do it. Making disciples isn’t a complicated program, but a simple plan that comes only from Jesus. Now a diverse group of pastors, representing urban and rural communities, secular and Christian areas, as well as diverse multicultural backgrounds, and all known for successfully making new disciples, have gathered these sermons to encourage others to be disciple makers too. Discover:

  • How Jesus practiced the Great Commission before He ever preached it
  • Why discipleship begins with a whole-life understanding of worship
  • When disciple-making gets confused with church growth efforts

These and countless other insights will help guide you in a faithful, deliberate effort to fulfill the Great Commission – no matter where you live or what communities in which you minister. Included in the book are:

  • The sermon texts and their outline formats.
  • 12 study guides, one for each sermon, that can be used in small group or one-on-one settings in the week following the preaching of the sermon.
  • A final appendix providing a self-evaluation tool that helps each person being discipled to evaluate the progress they are making in their walk with Christ.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Matthew 28:16a — Then
  • 2. Matthew 28:16b — The eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had told them to go
  • 3. Matthew 28:17a — When they saw Him, they worshiped Him
  • 4. Matthew 28:17b — But some doubted
  • 5. Matthew 28:18 — All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me
  • 6. Matthew 28:19a — Therefore go
  • 7. Matthew 28:19b — Make disciples of all nations
  • 8. Matthew 28:19c — Baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
  • 9. Matthew 28:20a — Teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you
  • 10. Matthew 28:20b — And surely I am with you always
  • 11. Matthew 28:20c — To the very end of the age
  • 12. Matthew 28:16–20 — The Priority of Discipleship
  • Appendix 1 — Sermon Outlines
  • Appendix 2 — Life Group Study Guide
  • Appendix 3 — Personal Growth Assessment
In depth study of Matthew 28:16-20
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This book is an in depth study of Matthew 28:16-20 which is written from several different pastors. In addition to each pastor discussing a different part of this section of the Bible, we hear about their practical life application in each chapter's addendum.
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This book is changing my perception of discipleship. The book is a collection of sermons from several pastors on the passage of Matthew 28:16-20 on the Great Commission. It is filled with personal experiences and advice from the pastors how to make disciples in the simplest way. I like that the focus of the book is not to grow the local church for the numbers and fame, but to grow the Kingdom of God, to edify and educate people how to be useful and successful in making disciples.

There are outlines of notes from each pastor in the appendix for the ease of use as well as small group guidance, so this book can easily be used and applied in churches to teach the congregation. The only thing I did not realize at first that it was a collection of sermons (I thought it was written by one person at first lol), so by keeping it in mind, it makes the book more understandable and easier to follow. Overall great find.

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