A Gospel-Rich, Reproducible Model for Making Disciples as Jesus Intended
Biblical discipleship emphasises encouragement, repentance, and spiritual growth―essential parts of the Christian life. However, well-meaning believers often struggle to follow Jesus, unaware their views are too legalistic, licentious, or individualistic. How can churches and Christians develop a healthy, successful path to disciple-making?
In this second edition of Gospel-Centred Discipleship, Jonathan Dodson presents an effective, Spirit-led model for sanctification. Reminding readers that real discipleship is imperfect yet transformational, Dodson encourages Christians to engage more authentically with others as they grow in faith. Drawing from his own failures and successes while following Jesus, Dodson defines discipleship, describes the heart of a disciple, and gives practical guidance for mentor and peer-based discipleship as Jesus intended.
- Revised and Expanded: Includes three new chapters and new illustrations
- Applicable: Shows how discipleship can be practical and gospel-centered
- Theological: Addresses the Holy Spirit’s involvement in discipleship
- Foreword by Matt Chandler: Author of The Explicit Gospel