Most Christians know that Jesus commanded his followers to "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations." Yet many remain unclear about what Christ intended such a disciple should be or do. Recognizing that now, more than ever, believers need clear, biblical teaching on this all-important subject, author Mark Bailey provides a biblical measuring stick to help readers discern what it means to be the type of disciple Christ urges us to be. Drawing upon humor, simple visuals, and memorable principles to drive home this vital message, Bailey offers a fresh, authoritative teaching for the 90s on what it means to be a true disciple.
Mark Bailey is the president of the Dallas Theological Seminary, previously serving as a professor of Bible exposition and vice president for academic affairs. He has also served as a pastor in churches across Texas and Arizona, as well as undertaking ministries in Venezuela, Argentina, Hungary, and China. His works include To Follow Him, The New Testament Explorer, and Prophecy in Light of Today.