Brave New Discipleship
Many Christians may find today's world to be spiritually hostile. In a social climate that begs spirituality to take a backseat to cultural demands there is a need for a new discipleship model. It is no secret that modern disciples...
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Many Christians may find today's world to be spiritually hostile. In a social climate that begs spirituality to take a backseat to cultural demands there is a need for a new discipleship model. It is no secret that modern disciples will have to search for new methods of discipleship. Rather than a book intended for use as a guide for discipleship, Brave New Discipleship lays out the biblical principles that must be followed, no matter what book or discipleship method the reader might choose to use. Brave New Discipleship integrates the best of modern educational research to guide the most effective discipleship strategy possible. Max explores Scripture and sheds light on what is negotiable and what is non-negotiable for modern ministry. For the reader looking for biblically sound ways to grow his or her church, Brave New Discipleship is a must-read.
Memory exercises help the reader absorb a summary of what he or she has read Understanding exercises help the reader put into his own words what he or she has read, to be sure he grasps the truth Application exercises allow the reader to apply the truth to his or her personal life Teacher's section included in the back
Max Anders (Th.M. Dallas, Th.D. Western Seminary) is the Senior Pastor of Castleview Baptist Church. Dr. Anders is the author of 22 books, including the best-selling 30 Days to Understanding the Bible, and a ten-volume series entitled What You Need to Know About. In addition, he is the original developer and general editor of The Holman New Testament Commentary and has contributed to volumes on 1 Kings, Proverbs, and Galatians to Colossians. A former college professor and adjunct seminary professor, as well as instructor with Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, he is listed in Who's Who in the Midwest.