Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. (Matthew 28:19-20)
Highly readable yet not lightweight, this beautifully written book weaves together stories of those who travelled with Jesus and stories of present-day Christians.
is aimed at helping churches and groups more easily find relevant discipleship resources. Visitors to the site are able to browse by theme, audience, media type and age group in order to find suitable resources for their church or group.
This set of videos, developed by The Episcopal Church, USA as part of their ‘Way of Love’, is designed to train and equip any church member to lead a small group that knows how to make and nurture disciples of Jesus Christ. The authors believe that as Jesus worked with a small group of disciples for three years so we can do the same today to multiply those living Jesus-Shaped Lives.
New Soil for Growing Vestries and Leaders: "in this new era the vestry and all leader groups will seek to give the congregation the gift of missional leadership. The governance functions in this agenda are concentrated, allowing greater time for the development of an atmosphere of discipleship formation in the church so that the people will be equipped to serve the world in the Name of Christ." Randy Ferebee
was created in Pennsylvania (USA), to help individuals, churches, schools, cathedrals and dioceses read through the entire Bible in the course of a year by reading three chapters of the Old Testament, one psalm and one chapter of the New Testament a day. The materials are now available in English, Spanish, French and Swahili.
is a group programme in Christian discipleship mainly used in Africa. Based on scripture memory and highly interactive and practical, RinJ invites people to enter together into a living, growing and dynamic relationship with Jesus. RinJ has been translated into many languages and is in use in 60 dioceses in 15 African countries.
an interface between socially engaged biblical and theological scholars, organic intellectuals, and local communities of the poor, working-class, and marginalized working together for social transformation.
a discipleship course for small groups for use in more urban and western contexts. It takes its inspiration from Rooted in Jesus and is a response to the increasingly voiced need for simple, interactive and relational discipleship material.
practical, mission-shaped discipleship course for small groups that will help churches to offer both a challenge and a hope to their communities by delving into vital issues together – used in England.
an initiative that integrates the Gospel values into business and entrepreneurship. “The BAM concept is holistic in nature, believing that God has the power to transform people and communities spiritually, economically, socially and environmentally.
is a series of short films and a written resource, both aimed at exploring the shape of genuine Christian invitation developed in the Diocese of Toronto
The Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands have produced a Lenten Bible study resource on the subject of intentional discipleship.
a Christian discipleship course covering Biblical, Historical, Cultural, and Strategic perspectives, and it challenges every believer to understand and commit to fulfilling God’s mission mandate in their everyday life.
by John Bowen is a book that combines story telling, Bible studies and cultural observation. It aims to convince and equip tongue-tied Christians to begin sharing their faith in Jesus Christ.
by Sherry Weddell. Although written for Roman Catholics in the USA this book has a lot to offer to Anglicans and Other Christian traditions. It asks how we can transmit a living, personal faith to future generations.
a Doctrinal Introduction by Sinclair B. Ferguson expounds the teaching of Scripture and outlines its meaning for practical Christian living.