Evangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together? – eBook

Evangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together? by Bill Hull & Bobby Harrington Evangelism and discipleship are not two things; they are one. Jesus has commanded us to “make disciples.” In this eBook, veteran discipleship leaders Bobby Harrington and Bill Hull focus on the need for leaders to bring together discipleship and evangelism and […]

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Evangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together? – eBook

Evangelism or Discipleship - Can They Effectively Work Together - coverEvangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together?
by Bill Hull & Bobby Harrington

Evangelism and discipleship are not two things; they are one. Jesus has commanded us to “make disciples.” In this eBook, veteran discipleship leaders Bobby Harrington and Bill Hull focus on the need for leaders to bring together discipleship and evangelism and plant churches with that mindset. The two authors offer Bible-based insights into how evangelism and discipleship work together to accomplish the Great Commission, sharing stories and examples of leaders and churches that have successfully brought the two together for kingdom impact.

Jesus’ Matthew 28 commandment included the expectation of reproduction—that new disciples would become well-taught disciples who would in turn embrace the mission and make other new disciples. Anything less is to sabotage the master plan. Evangelism is simply a form of pre-conversion discipleship. When we engage in this disciple-making process, Jesus tells us that He will be present with us—to the end of the age (Matt. 28:20).

Key highlights:

  • Helpful observations of the state of evangelism and discipleship in the West
  • The theological significance of discipleship and how it encompasses evangelism.
  • Experienced perspective from two veteran leaders on how evangelism and discipleship work together effectively
  • Thorough study of the gospel and how a proper understanding of Jesus as the gospel helps us connect evangelism and conversion to discipleship?
  • How the concept of a covenant commitment is important in the linkage of evangelism and discipleship
  • Three questions of the Matt. 28: 18-20 passage critical to understanding how evangelism and discipleship work together
  • The role of accountability in disciple making
  • Three primary characteristics of a disciple-making church
  • Six core insights into why and how the saints must be equipped based on Eph. 4: 11-16

Dr. Bobby Harrington is the co-founder (with Todd Wilson) of discipleship.org and one of the founders of the new Relational Discipleship Network (where he serves as chairman of the board). He also serves as lead pastor-coach of Harpeth Community Church just beside the Harpeth River, south of Nashville, in Franklin, Tennessee. Bobby served as the director of research, development, and missional leadership for Stadia, a national church-planting organization. He was Stadia’s lead trainer of church planters, and as such, he trained hundreds of church planters from 2003 through 2011. He helped pioneer their national church-planting network system. He was also the president of Church Coaching Solutions from 2005 through 2010. He is the author of Together:Network and Church Planting (with Marcus Bigelow). He is also the author DiscipleShift: Five Steps That Help Your Church to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples with Jim Putman and Robert Coleman (Zondervan) and a book called Discipleship Manual (available soon as a free download on discipleship.org) Bobby is married to Cindy, with two children, Ashley and Chad.
 
Bill Hull is a writer and discipleship evangelist calling the church to choose the life Jesus calls His disciples to. Bill has written many books on this subject (including the watershed works The Disciple Making Pastor andThe Disciple Making Church and spent 20 years working it out as a pastor.

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Evangelism or Discipleship - Can They Effectively Work Together - coverEvangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together?
by Bill Hull & Bobby Harrington

Evangelism and discipleship are not two things; they are one. Jesus has commanded us to “make disciples.” In this eBook, veteran discipleship leaders Bobby Harrington and Bill Hull focus on the need for leaders to bring together discipleship and evangelism and plant churches with that mindset. The two authors offer Bible-based insights into how evangelism and discipleship work together to accomplish the Great Commission, sharing stories and examples of leaders and churches that have successfully brought the two together for kingdom impact.

Jesus’ Matthew 28 commandment included the expectation of reproduction—that new disciples would become well-taught disciples who would in turn embrace the mission and make other new disciples. Anything less is to sabotage the master plan. Evangelism is simply a form of pre-conversion discipleship. When we engage in this disciple-making process, Jesus tells us that He will be present with us—to the end of the age (Matt. 28:20).

Key highlights:

  • Helpful observations of the state of evangelism and discipleship in the West
  • The theological significance of discipleship and how it encompasses evangelism.
  • Experienced perspective from two veteran leaders on how evangelism and discipleship work together effectively
  • Thorough study of the gospel and how a proper understanding of Jesus as the gospel helps us connect evangelism and conversion to discipleship?
  • How the concept of a covenant commitment is important in the linkage of evangelism and discipleship
  • Three questions of the Matt. 28: 18-20 passage critical to understanding how evangelism and discipleship work together
  • The role of accountability in disciple making
  • Three primary characteristics of a disciple-making church
  • Six core insights into why and how the saints must be equipped based on Eph. 4: 11-16

Dr. Bobby Harrington is the co-founder (with Todd Wilson) of discipleship.org and one of the founders of the new Relational Discipleship Network (where he serves as chairman of the board). He also serves as lead pastor-coach of Harpeth Community Church just beside the Harpeth River, south of Nashville, in Franklin, Tennessee. Bobby served as the director of research, development, and missional leadership for Stadia, a national church-planting organization. He was Stadia’s lead trainer of church planters, and as such, he trained hundreds of church planters from 2003 through 2011. He helped pioneer their national church-planting network system. He was also the president of Church Coaching Solutions from 2005 through 2010. He is the author of Together:Network and Church Planting (with Marcus Bigelow). He is also the author DiscipleShift: Five Steps That Help Your Church to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples with Jim Putman and Robert Coleman (Zondervan) and a book called Discipleship Manual (available soon as a free download on discipleship.org) Bobby is married to Cindy, with two children, Ashley and Chad.
 
Bill Hull is a writer and discipleship evangelist calling the church to choose the life Jesus calls His disciples to. Bill has written many books on this subject (including the watershed works The Disciple Making Pastor andThe Disciple Making Church and spent 20 years working it out as a pastor.

Evangelism or Discipleship - Can They Effectively Work Together - coverEvangelism or Discipleship: Can they effectively work together?
by Bill Hull & Bobby Harrington

Evangelism and discipleship are not two things; they are one. Jesus has commanded us to “make disciples.” In this eBook, veteran discipleship leaders Bobby Harrington and Bill Hull focus on the need for leaders to bring together discipleship and evangelism and plant churches with that mindset. The two authors offer Bible-based insights into how evangelism and discipleship work together to accomplish the Great Commission, sharing stories and examples of leaders and churches that have successfully brought the two together for kingdom impact.

Jesus’ Matthew 28 commandment included the expectation of reproduction—that new disciples would become well-taught disciples who would in turn embrace the mission and make other new disciples. Anything less is to sabotage the master plan. Evangelism is simply a form of pre-conversion discipleship. When we engage in this disciple-making process, Jesus tells us that He will be present with us—to the end of the age (Matt. 28:20).

Key highlights:

  • Helpful observations of the state of evangelism and discipleship in the West
  • The theological significance of discipleship and how it encompasses evangelism.
  • Experienced perspective from two veteran leaders on how evangelism and discipleship work together effectively
  • Thorough study of the gospel and how a proper understanding of Jesus as the gospel helps us connect evangelism and conversion to discipleship?
  • How the concept of a covenant commitment is important in the linkage of evangelism and discipleship
  • Three questions of the Matt. 28: 18-20 passage critical to understanding how evangelism and discipleship work together
  • The role of accountability in disciple making
  • Three primary characteristics of a disciple-making church
  • Six core insights into why and how the saints must be equipped based on Eph. 4: 11-16

Dr. Bobby Harrington is the co-founder (with Todd Wilson) of discipleship.org and one of the founders of the new Relational Discipleship Network (where he serves as chairman of the board). He also serves as lead pastor-coach of Harpeth Community Church just beside the Harpeth River, south of Nashville, in Franklin, Tennessee. Bobby served as the director of research, development, and missional leadership for Stadia, a national church-planting organization. He was Stadia’s lead trainer of church planters, and as such, he trained hundreds of church planters from 2003 through 2011. He helped pioneer their national church-planting network system. He was also the president of Church Coaching Solutions from 2005 through 2010. He is the author of Together:Network and Church Planting (with Marcus Bigelow). He is also the author DiscipleShift: Five Steps That Help Your Church to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples with Jim Putman and Robert Coleman (Zondervan) and a book called Discipleship Manual (available soon as a free download on discipleship.org) Bobby is married to Cindy, with two children, Ashley and Chad.
 
Bill Hull is a writer and discipleship evangelist calling the church to choose the life Jesus calls His disciples to. Bill has written many books on this subject (including the watershed works The Disciple Making Pastor andThe Disciple Making Church and spent 20 years working it out as a pastor.

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