"Go and make disciples . . ." It's one of the most familiar phrases in the Bible, but one of the most puzzling and challenging to see fulfilled. How does one "make" a disciple? What's the cost? What's the reward? Why do so many Christians struggle with this Great Commission directive from the Lord?
This book presents seven clear, biblical principles of ministry for serious Christians who want to have significant personal ministries. It gives encouragement, motivation, and practical instruction for success in making disciples for Jesus Christ. These are principles such as "Be what you want others to be," "Give your life to people, not just your knowledge," and "Don't use people to build your ministry; use your ministry to build people." This book will deepen your appreciation for the power of lay ministry and help you be a disciple-maker for Christ, right where you are.