Discipleship Handbook - Making Disciples, Teaching Obedience - Online Download Only
Discipleship Handbook - Making Disciples, Teaching Obedience deals with the most important issues possible. There is nobody more important than God and nothing more important than our relationship to Him. This is what really, ultimately, matters - that we know God and that we make Him known.
Discipleship Handbook is packed full of great insights, practical instruction and Biblical inspiration - to enable us to love God more wholeheartedly, to serve Him more effectively, to obey Him more constantly, and to worship Him more acceptably.
The Discipleship Handbook is an invaluable resource including studies on The Cross, The Fear of God, The Holy Spirit, God's Law, Restitution, Prayer, Evangelism, Conflict, Time Management, Hospitality, Videos, Games and TV, Animals, Revival and How to Change the World.
"Jesus Christ told us that we are to make disciples of all nations. This goes beyond evangelism and involves the discipling of young believers into mature soldiers of Christ. This should be the goal of every church and every Christian.
"Peter Hammond's new book, Discipleship Handbook is an excellent guide in the discipling of new Christians. I recommend it for everyone's use."
- Dr. D James Kennedy, President, Evangelism Explosion International
"I so appreciate both the strong Biblical content and the historical depth evident in this little book. It is also a reflection of the spiritual lessons learned by the author in decades of 'high risk' ministry . Here is an unusual discipling tool which offers no easy pathway for Christians to follow, but one that offers a spiritual road-map for 21st Century believers in a hostile world and a challenge to complete the Great Commission task Jesus gave to His Church."
- Patrick Johnstone, WEC International, Author, Operation World
"Jesus said to go and make disciples. Too often we seem to have changed that to go and make converts. If every Christian took the time to read this comprehensive guide to discipleship, we would indeed have more disciples and less baby Christians who seem to remain as perpetual infants in the Lord."
- Jerry Newcombe, Senior Producer of The Coral Ridge Hour and co-author of What if Jesus Had Never Been Born?