This workbook is a succinct and accessible study of Mark’s Gospel to jump-start the disciple-making process. It lays a solid foundation wherever you might be on the “Jesus journey” and provides a way to empower participants to become disciple makers.
—GREG OGDEN, author, Discipleship Essentials; chairman, Global Discipleship Initiative
ARE YOU MAKING DISCIPLES WITH THE GOSPEL JESUS PREACHED?
Solid disciple-making curriculum is hard to find. That’s why Ben Sobels and Bill Hull—pastors, practitioners, and authors of The Discipleship Gospel—created this workbook, which guides your discipleship group through the Gospel of Mark chapter by chapter to multiply disciples. Disciple makers use this sixteen-week group discipleship study to train people to understand the Bible and put into practice what they’re learning while learning the gospel Jesus preached.
Using the essential elements of The Discipleship Gospel, this interactive study encourages you to step outside your comfort zone, vulnerably share your journey, and embrace gospel-motivated action. Help your discipleship groups clarify their understanding of Jesus’ kingdom gospel, practice obedience to Jesus, and multiply disciples. Make this your church’s disciple-making curriculum for new disciples, yet-to-be disciples, and disciple-making experts alike. Use this tool to multiply disciples with Mark’s Gospel.
BILL HULL is cofounder of The Bonhoeffer Project and author of Conversion and Discipleship and The Disciple-Making Pastor. He speaks as a persevering prophet on the topic of discipleship around the nation.
BEN SOBELS is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and serves as Senior Pastor at Cypress Community Church in Salinas, California. He also serves as a regional director for The Bonhoeffer Project.
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