Discipleship

"Becoming A People To Reach People For Christ"     Being a Disciple and Disciple-making

Resources

The Bible - The number one resource

 

Books:

Christian Life/Discipleship

Craig Blomberg, Neither Poverty nor Riches

Kevin DeYoung, Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God's Will

Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart, How to Read the Bible for All it's Worth

Jonathan Grant, Divine Sex

Eric Geiger, Identity

C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity

J.I. Packer, Rediscovering Holiness

Lee Strobel, The Case for Grace

A.W. Tozer, The Knowledge of the Holy

Jared Wilson, Imperfect Disciple

 

Disciple-making

Alvin L. Reid & George G. Robinson, With

Dan Spader, Four Chair Discipleship

 

Outreach/Evangelism

Jay Pathak & Dave Runyon, The Art of Neighboring

 

Racial Reconciliation

Letters to a Birmingham Jail, Edited by Bryan Loritts

 

DVD resources

For the Life of the World

Gospel Shaped Outreach, Eric Raymond

The Truth Project, Del Tackett

 

Sermons

The Disciple's Calling - December 3, 2017

A Gospel Shaped Church - August 27, 2017

Vision Sunday - August 27, 2017

 

Web basedGospel Coalition Courses

 

Suggestions:

Reach out to a person for the prupose of evangelism at a place you frequent on a regular basis.  If you go to Starbucks - someone you may see there who helps you.

Fast from something in your life.  It doesn't have to be just food.  An example may be an entertainment or social media fast.

Pray about being part of a short-term missions trip - if God is leading-Go.

Get invloved in outreach to your community through your local church.

Get out of your comfort zone.  Is there something God may want you to do to stretch you.

Go on a retreat to spend concentrated time with God.

Take a spiritual gift inventory and serve God.

Get involved in a life group: If you would like to be in a Life Group contact Pastor Dave  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Disciple's Calling:

For the Disciple's Calling booklet click here.

For the Maywood Vision and Purpose Handbook click here.