The Discipler’s Toolkit
This book takes people step by step from evangelism to establishing new believers in the faith, equipping them in spiritual disciplines and gifts, and sending them out to engage the world with the gospel.
Discipleship is a major concern for many Christians in African countries. The churches in Sub-Saharan Africa are growing numerically, primarily through evangelism. But evangelism is only the beginning of the disciple making process.
This book takes people step by step from evangelism to establishing new believers in the faith, equipping them in spiritual disciplines and gifts, and sending them out to engage the world with the gospel. It shows how to make disciples at a congregational, small group, and individual level, setting the foundations for a true disciple-making movement.
If you’re a disciple of Jesus, he’s told you to “go and make disciples of all nations.” It is a commission, not just a suggestion! Whether you are a lay person or in full-time ministry, this book will equip you to make disciples right where you are. You will:
- Find answers to your questions
- Enrich your evangelism efforts
- Become a better Bible study leader, and more!
George Mutuku, Ruth, and their three children reside in Nairobi, Kenya. George earned his PhD in Biblical Studies at Africa International University. He is the Director the Disciple Making in Africa Initiative. George also serves as the pastor of Christian ministries at the Africa Inland Church Ngong Road in Nairobi and he is a part-time lecturer at Africa International University.
Mark Olander and Jan have two adult children. He taught in South Sudan for two years before they came to Kenya in 1984. Mark earned his PhD in Educational Studies at Trinity International University. He has taught at Scott Christian University, Moffat Bible College, Columbia International University, and Africa International University, where he is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Education Department.
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