Revisiting the Master Plan of Evangelism – eBook

– by Robert Coleman and Bobby Harrington with Josh Patrick. Dr. Robert Coleman set the standard for discipleship and evangelism in the 20th century when he wrote the watershed book The Master Plan of Evangelism over 50 years ago. Since then, Coleman’s work has sold more than 3.5 million copies and has been translated into […]

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Revisiting the Master Plan of Evangelism – eBook

revisiting the master paln of evangelism - cover- by Robert Coleman and Bobby Harrington with Josh Patrick.

Dr. Robert Coleman set the standard for discipleship and evangelism in the 20th century when he wrote the watershed book The Master Plan of Evangelism over 50 years ago. Since then, Coleman’s work has sold more than 3.5 million copies and has been translated into 100-plus languages. In this new eBook, Bobby Harrington, director of Discipleship.org, joins Coleman to revisit the timeless material of the book.

The two friends and co-authors believe that Jesus’ method incorporated all the divine wisdom, knowledge and insight included in Jesus’ identity. And in this resource, they point out the ways in which Jesus’ discipleship method is the perfect method. Throughout Harrington’s interview with Coleman, we get a front-row seat to listen in on the conversation as Harrington talks with him to review and update the eight (now nine) principles of Jesus’ method. What emerges are the wisdom and insights of a man who has spent his life pursuing Jesus and His method and teaching others to do the same. Their exchange will feed readers’ souls. Some 50 years after Coleman wrote the book, he says he believes these timeless and transcultural principles of Jesus’ discipleship method more strongly today, having seen how they have been lived out in the lives of countless disciple makers, churches and his own family.

Key highlights:

  • A summary and review of Coleman’s eight (now) nine principles of Jesus’ discipleship method after 51 years since writing The Master Plan of Evangelism
  • Personal stories of both Coleman’s life and others illustrating the real-life impact of Jesus’ discipleship method
  • Coleman’s evaluation of the principles and the modifications he has made to these principles
  • Insightful discussion on Jesus’ selection of the disciples; discipleship in the family; leading people to obedience; the priesthood of all believers; how Jesus delegated ministry and more
  • Hindsight reflections on the impact of following Jesus’ discipleship method

Robert E. Coleman is distinguished professor of evangelism and discipleship at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. For many years he served as dean of the Billy Graham International Schools of Evangelism as well as director of the Billy Graham Center Institute of Evangelism at Wheaton College. He was also professor of evangelism at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he directed the School of World Mission and Evangelism. Dr. Coleman is a graduate of Southwestern University, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary, and has a PhD from the University of Iowa. He has received honorary doctorates from Trinity International University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He is a founding member of the Lausanne Committee of World Evangelization and a past president of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education. He presently serves on the Facilitation Committee of Mission America and several international mission boards. Twenty-four books and hundreds of articles have come from Dr. Coleman’s pen. His books have been published in many languages around the world. A seasoned teacher, pastor, and evangelist, he hopes to be remembered simply as a disciple of Christ.
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.
Josh Patrick is the teaching and discipleship minister with Harpeth Community Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Josh teaches people about Jesus and equips them to trust and follow Him in their everyday lives. He also coaches and encourages their Community Deacons and Home Groups leaders. His other areas of passion are creating discipleship opportunities for men who are hungry of heart.

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revisiting the master paln of evangelism - cover- by Robert Coleman and Bobby Harrington with Josh Patrick.

Dr. Robert Coleman set the standard for discipleship and evangelism in the 20th century when he wrote the watershed book The Master Plan of Evangelism over 50 years ago. Since then, Coleman’s work has sold more than 3.5 million copies and has been translated into 100-plus languages. In this new eBook, Bobby Harrington, director of Discipleship.org, joins Coleman to revisit the timeless material of the book.

The two friends and co-authors believe that Jesus’ method incorporated all the divine wisdom, knowledge and insight included in Jesus’ identity. And in this resource, they point out the ways in which Jesus’ discipleship method is the perfect method. Throughout Harrington’s interview with Coleman, we get a front-row seat to listen in on the conversation as Harrington talks with him to review and update the eight (now nine) principles of Jesus’ method. What emerges are the wisdom and insights of a man who has spent his life pursuing Jesus and His method and teaching others to do the same. Their exchange will feed readers’ souls. Some 50 years after Coleman wrote the book, he says he believes these timeless and transcultural principles of Jesus’ discipleship method more strongly today, having seen how they have been lived out in the lives of countless disciple makers, churches and his own family.

Key highlights:

  • A summary and review of Coleman’s eight (now) nine principles of Jesus’ discipleship method after 51 years since writing The Master Plan of Evangelism
  • Personal stories of both Coleman’s life and others illustrating the real-life impact of Jesus’ discipleship method
  • Coleman’s evaluation of the principles and the modifications he has made to these principles
  • Insightful discussion on Jesus’ selection of the disciples; discipleship in the family; leading people to obedience; the priesthood of all believers; how Jesus delegated ministry and more
  • Hindsight reflections on the impact of following Jesus’ discipleship method

Robert E. Coleman is distinguished professor of evangelism and discipleship at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. For many years he served as dean of the Billy Graham International Schools of Evangelism as well as director of the Billy Graham Center Institute of Evangelism at Wheaton College. He was also professor of evangelism at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he directed the School of World Mission and Evangelism. Dr. Coleman is a graduate of Southwestern University, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary, and has a PhD from the University of Iowa. He has received honorary doctorates from Trinity International University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He is a founding member of the Lausanne Committee of World Evangelization and a past president of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education. He presently serves on the Facilitation Committee of Mission America and several international mission boards. Twenty-four books and hundreds of articles have come from Dr. Coleman’s pen. His books have been published in many languages around the world. A seasoned teacher, pastor, and evangelist, he hopes to be remembered simply as a disciple of Christ.
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.
Josh Patrick is the teaching and discipleship minister with Harpeth Community Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Josh teaches people about Jesus and equips them to trust and follow Him in their everyday lives. He also coaches and encourages their Community Deacons and Home Groups leaders. His other areas of passion are creating discipleship opportunities for men who are hungry of heart.

revisiting the master paln of evangelism - cover– by Robert Coleman and Bobby Harrington with Josh Patrick.

Dr. Robert Coleman set the standard for discipleship and evangelism in the 20th century when he wrote the watershed book The Master Plan of Evangelism over 50 years ago. Since then, Coleman’s work has sold more than 3.5 million copies and has been translated into 100-plus languages. In this new eBook, Bobby Harrington, director of Discipleship.org, joins Coleman to revisit the timeless material of the book.

The two friends and co-authors believe that Jesus’ method incorporated all the divine wisdom, knowledge and insight included in Jesus’ identity. And in this resource, they point out the ways in which Jesus’ discipleship method is the perfect method. Throughout Harrington’s interview with Coleman, we get a front-row seat to listen in on the conversation as Harrington talks with him to review and update the eight (now nine) principles of Jesus’ method. What emerges are the wisdom and insights of a man who has spent his life pursuing Jesus and His method and teaching others to do the same. Their exchange will feed readers’ souls. Some 50 years after Coleman wrote the book, he says he believes these timeless and transcultural principles of Jesus’ discipleship method more strongly today, having seen how they have been lived out in the lives of countless disciple makers, churches and his own family.

Key highlights:

  • A summary and review of Coleman’s eight (now) nine principles of Jesus’ discipleship method after 51 years since writing The Master Plan of Evangelism
  • Personal stories of both Coleman’s life and others illustrating the real-life impact of Jesus’ discipleship method
  • Coleman’s evaluation of the principles and the modifications he has made to these principles
  • Insightful discussion on Jesus’ selection of the disciples; discipleship in the family; leading people to obedience; the priesthood of all believers; how Jesus delegated ministry and more
  • Hindsight reflections on the impact of following Jesus’ discipleship method

Robert E. Coleman is distinguished professor of evangelism and discipleship at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. For many years he served as dean of the Billy Graham International Schools of Evangelism as well as director of the Billy Graham Center Institute of Evangelism at Wheaton College. He was also professor of evangelism at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he directed the School of World Mission and Evangelism. Dr. Coleman is a graduate of Southwestern University, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary, and has a PhD from the University of Iowa. He has received honorary doctorates from Trinity International University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He is a founding member of the Lausanne Committee of World Evangelization and a past president of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education. He presently serves on the Facilitation Committee of Mission America and several international mission boards. Twenty-four books and hundreds of articles have come from Dr. Coleman’s pen. His books have been published in many languages around the world. A seasoned teacher, pastor, and evangelist, he hopes to be remembered simply as a disciple of Christ.
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.
Josh Patrick is the teaching and discipleship minister with Harpeth Community Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Josh teaches people about Jesus and equips them to trust and follow Him in their everyday lives. He also coaches and encourages their Community Deacons and Home Groups leaders. His other areas of passion are creating discipleship opportunities for men who are hungry of heart.