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About the author:
David Oliver Kueker is a church pastor and researcher on evangelism, church growth, disciple making, leadership development, personal transformation and organizational change. He lives and works in the St Louis area.
A full time United Methodist Church pastor since 1980, he holds a Master of Divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville, Kentucky, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. After graduation, he began to publish his research online at www.disciplewalk.com.
David Oliver Kueker has been fascinated by evangelism and disciple making ever since he became a follower of Jesus on the campus of the University of Illinois in 1972 through the ministry of the Jesus People.
He advocates an interpersonal, networking discipleship system that complements and balances the traditional church system. Based on patterns observed in the New Testament, John Wesley and rapidly growing third world cell churches and church planting movements, the network base design approach can effectively make disciples without requiring everything to change. This approach can level the playing field between small and large churches because disciple making is based on effectively nurturing relationships, not buildings, programs or performances.
Disciple Making 101
David Oliver Kueker
What is the simplest system one can use to make disciples and mature them spiritually to the point where they can make their own disciples? A flood of new ideas and methods in evangelism has made us skeptical. The innovation that is needed in churches today is far more elementary yet entirely sufficient: Jesus is Lord. How can we overcome resistance to this innovation?
This is a print version of the author's online class on disciple making taught three times a year through the Richard and Julia Wilke Institute for Discipleship at www.beadisciple.com. Readers can journal their answers to questions on disciple making or use the book to lead a small group into becoming disciple makers for Jesus Christ.
- Publication Date:
- 1451505884 / 9781451505887
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Christian Ministry / Evangelism