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Take your discipleship program to the next level! Exploring the importance of teaching mature disciples to mentor others, Perkins demonstrates that changing the way we think and serve will not only enable us to model Christlikeness but will also help us fulfill the Great Commission. Discover how to multiply leaders as Jesus intended! 192 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
What does it mean to make Christlike disciples?Discipleship is a common word in churches today. Pastors and leaders are continually looking for resources to help their members develop a deeper understanding of the Christian faith and a closer relationship with Christ. But there’s more to discipleship than studying and following Christ’s teachings. True discipleship is an invitation to become like Christ; to absorb His passions, behaviors, and wisdom by spending significant time with Him; to engage in a relationship with Him that shapes you into His likeness and in turn, inspires others to do the same.Walk with Me calls pastors, church leaders, teachers, and parents to go beyond basic discipleship and begin to intentionally teach others to be disciplemakers. It explores the importance of teaching mature disciples how their Christ-influenced responses to everyday situations can be used to show others who Jesus is and what it means to be His disciple. With biblical insight, author Hal Perkins explores the call to ’go and make disciples of all nations’ and demonstrates how changing the way we act, think, and serve will not only help us fulfill the Great Commission, but also answer the call to love God with all our hearts and minds, and our neighbor as ourselves.
Hal Perkins has been a pastor for more than 40 years. His passion and primary focus of study has been Christ-centered discipleship. He is also the author of Meeting with Jesus, If Jesus Were a Parent, and Leadership Multiplication. He and his wife, Debbi, live in Grandview, Washington, and are the parents of triplets: David, Dana Candler, Deborah Hiebert, and a son, Dan.