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Making Disciples: How did Jesus do it? (Paperback)
  • Making Disciples: How did Jesus do it? (Paperback)
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Making Disciples: How did Jesus do it? (Paperback)

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Paperback 152 Pages / Published: 14/06/2014
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`Makes compelling reading both for groups seeking to grow together and individuals. I cannot recommend it more highly'. Sandy Millar Making Disciples is written by well known leader Tony Pullins whose passion is to see people grow in their love for Jesus and in their personal discipleship. Tony has packed this book full of practical suggestions, real-life examples and exploratory questions for anyone who is committed to following Jesus, whether new to the faith or more experienced in the Christian life; a great resource for church or group leaders. Endorsed not only by Sandy Millar, but also Steve Clifford, Roger Forster, Charles Whitehead, Pete Gilbert and Rich Wilson, with foreword written by Jeff Lucas.

Publisher: CWR
ISBN: 9781782592365
Number of pages: 152
Dimensions: 231 x 153 mm

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