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Being Disciples of Jesus (Six Weeks With the Bible) by Stephen J. Binz

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Published by Loyola Press .
Written in English


  • Christianity - Discipleship,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Bible - Study - New Testament,
  • Christian Ministry - Discipleship,
  • Bible - Reference - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8182089M
ISBN 100829423559
ISBN 109780829423556

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The purpose of the book is to see the whole world saturated with the message of Jesus by word and action through ordinary people. It paints a great picture of everyone sharing in the work of the gospel and being deep in each other's lives, rather than merely attending event-based church on Sunday where a few participate and the rest just watch/5.   Description The 12 disciples who followed Jesus offer us wonderful lessons on what it means to be modern-day disciples of Jesus, but we also gain great insight into the cost of discipleship by looking at Jesus' mother, Mary, and Mary Magdalene/5(3).   Packed full of biblical teaching, compelling stories, and real-world advice, this book will remind you that Jesus is filling the world with his presence through the everyday lives of everyday people People just like you.   Having covered baptism, Bible, Eucharist, and prayer in Being Christian, Williams turns his attention in Being Disciples to what is required for us to continue following Jesus and growing in faith. The book has six succinct chapters.

  These two contrasting worlds have caused some leaders to rethink their content, others their systems and still others their model of church. In a number of ways Jeff Vanderstelt, author of Saturate: Being disciples of Jesus /5(). Book Title: Help for the true disciples of Immanuel being an answer to a book published by A Fuller on the duty of sinners to believe in Christ which book is by him miscalled the Gospel worthy of all acceptation Author: Publisher: Release Date: Pages: ISBN: BL:A Being Disciples is a companion to Being Christian from former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams. Having covered the essentials of Christianity, namely Baptism, Bible, Eucharist and Prayer, in this work Williams offers thoughtful reflections on what it means to be a Disciple of Christ/5.   At that point, you have become the disciple of the person who adjusted what Jesus taught, but have stopped being a disciple of Jesus. You can believe in Jesus, but be someone else’s disciple by following teaching that differs from Jesus’ Word. Being Jesus’ disciple is not just an empty meaningless phrase.

The book Stop Doing Discipleship and Start Being Disciples is a short, simple introduction to this journey. It is a free gift for joining this community of disciples. Our audio resources (coming soon) are simple recordings to guide you through the practice of a discipline. The spiritual discipline guides focus on single disciplines.   This fresh and inspiring look at the meaning of discipleship covers the essentials of the christian life, including: faith, hope and love; forgiveness; holiness; social action; life in the Spirit. Written for the general reader by one of our greatest living theologians, this book will help you to see more clearly, love more dearly and follow more nearly the way of Jesus Christ. A Guide for Understanding the Theology, Philosophy, and Practice of Christian Discipleship Saturate Field Guide Principles & Practices for Being Disciples of Jesus in the Every Daily Stuff of Life is designed to encourage group interaction, and to inspire individual thought provoking introspection and self /5(4). To be a disciple of Jesus Christ is to be Jesus Christ is to be in a position of priviledge and blessing beyond anything the world might offer, begins author Jeremy Walker. Life in Christ explores the unsearchable riches the Christian pilgrimage and traces its trajectory, highlighting key elements in the believer's experience.