Every year Outreach Magazine publishes a list of the top Christian resources for leaders interested in outreach. The list is called the “Annual Outreach Resources of the Year”. For this year’s list, we’re pleased to announce that Conversion & Discipleship received an award for the resource of the year in the discipleship category. We’re please […]
Looking for discipleship resources? Discipleship.org offers great digital content so you can grow as a disciple and disciple maker. While we encourage you to join us for the next National Disciple Making Forum, there’s also great ways to grow through various media resources. That’s why we aggregated them all into one place so you can […]
We’re pleased to announce the release of the book, The Disciple Maker’s Handbook. This book is a manifesto of the disciple making movement envisioned by Discipleship.org. The book starts with the case that Jesus’ style of disciple making is the greatest cause on earth, it moves through the fundamental definitions being used at the early […]
Discipleship.org calls the church, her leaders, and everyday Christians back to Jesus’ method of disciple making. As our part of mission, we provide books and other resources. In 2016, we published three books that were part of the discipleship.org resource series (with Zondervan): Conversion and Discipleship (Bill Hull), Discipleship that Fits (Bobby Harrington and Alex […]
[DOWNLOAD AUDIO] The gospel of Jesus has amazing power to transform lives and go viral around the world. That message is what James Forlines and his team at Final Command Ministries champion. They hosted a track called “Viral Disciple Making Movements” at the most recent National Disciple Making Forum. All the audio for this track is available to you for free. We encourage […]
We filmed this video at Exponential West and wanted to share it with you! Enjoy this presentation by Bobby Harrington, Director and Co-Founder of Discipleship.org, as he discusses what discipleship looks like in the local church. For other blogs focused on “the church” at Discipleship.org click here.