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Multiply : disciples making disciples

Author: Francis Chan; Mark Beuving
Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colorado : David C Cook, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Jesus Christ handpicked common, uneducated men to build His church (Acts 4:13). Several were fishermen. One was a tax collector. All of them could be labeled "ordinary." Yet under their leadership, the church flourished while the world stood amazed. Today, the church looks to "trained professionals" to do the work. Lay people who have tremendous potential are made to feel inadequate by the religious elite. Many are
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Chan; Mark Beuving
ISBN: 9780781408233 0781408237
OCLC Number: 764347161
Description: 333 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: How to use the material --
Part I : Living as a disciple maker. What is a disciple? --
The command to make disciples --
The heart of a disciple maker --
Part II : Living as the church. Life in the church --
The local church --
The global church --
Part III : How to study the Bible. Why study the Bible? --
Studying the Bible prayerfully and obediently --
Studying logically --
Part IV : Understanding the Old Testament. Creation --
The Fall --
God's covenant with Abraham --
Exodus and redemption --
God's covenant with Moses --
Sacrifice and atonement --
God's presence on earth --
The kingdom of God --
Exile and the promise of restoration --
Part V : Understanding the New Testament. Jesus the Messiah --
The Great Commission --
The Spirit of God --
The early church --
Good news for all nations --
The end of the story --
Where do we go from here?
Responsibility: Francis Chan with Mark Beuving ; foreword by David Platt.

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Jesus Christ handpicked common, uneducated men to build His church (Acts 4:13). Several were fishermen. One was a tax collector. All of them could be labeled "ordinary." Yet under their leadership, the church flourished while the world stood amazed. Today, the church looks to "trained professionals" to do the work. Lay people who have tremendous potential are made to feel inadequate by the religious elite. Many are paralyzed, believing that they "don't know enough" to be of much help. So they sit silently in church services and watch the educated minister. This was never God's intention. Too many Christians are intimidated by the thought of speaking to others about Jesus. Most feel like they don't know enough to lead others. This material is designed to change that. - Publisher.

Jesus gave his followers a command: "Follow me." And a promise: "And I will equip you to find others to follow me." Beuving shows you how to carry out Jesus's ministry.

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