Book review: Making disciples

Tony Pullin, CWR

How do you and your church make disciples? Standing out as the single most important instruction Jesus left his closest followers in the Great Commission, it is arguable that today’s Church has only a vague notion of how it should be done and a disjointed strategy in place to achieve that goal.

Pullin does a good job in the first half of this book of outlining Jesus’ own masterclass model, and particularly how he developed Simon Peter. Jesus invested...

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