Download “The Kingdom Unleashed” eBook on Prayer and Disciple-Making Movements

There are no true disciple-making movements in North America right now.

That statement may come as a surprise, but it is the conclusion of most (if not all) missions experts. We have mere sparks of movements in the United States and Canada, but no true movement-making fires.

  • Question: “What is one thing that disciple-making movement leaders practice in other places that we do not yet practice in North America?”
  • Answer: a strong emphasis on prayer and fasting.

This is what Jerry Trousdale and Glenn Sunshine write in Discipleship·org’s new eBook sampler of The Kingdom Unleashed: “Every major revival and every movement of the Spirit was preceded by long, intense prayer. I believe that we will not see a true disciple-making movement in North America until we lay a foundation of ‘long, intense prayer.'”

Download The Kingdom Unleashed Sampler eBook here

That is my personal focus right now.

That is why I am asking all my friends who lead churches and all the national discipleship leaders I know to read and pray through this short, yet powerful eBook.

Also, remember that, like all our eBooks, it’s free to you:

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Written by Bobby Harrington


Bobby Harrington is the Executive Director of Discipleship.org, a national platform, conference, and ministry that advocates for Jesus’ style of disciple making. He is the founding and lead pastor of Harpeth Christian Church (by the Harpeth River, just outside of Nashville, TN). He has a Doctor of Ministry degree in consulting and has spent years as a coach to church planters and senior pastors. He is the author of several books on discipleship, including DiscipleShift (with Jim Putman and Robert Coleman) and The Disciple Maker’s Handbook (with Josh Patrick).

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