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by Brian Hill,Sylvia Wilkey Collinson

Download Making Disciples: The Significance of Jesus' Educational Methods for Today's Church (Paternoster Theological Monographs) ePub
  • ISBN 1842271164
  • ISBN13 978-1842271162
  • Language English
  • Author Brian Hill,Sylvia Wilkey Collinson
  • Publisher Paternoster (December 1, 2003)
  • Pages 290
  • Formats lrf docx lrf doc
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Ministry and Evangelism
  • Size ePub 1291 kb
  • Size Fb2 1938 kb
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The Christian faith community regards the making of disciples as a prime directive of Jesus himself, though this theme is not dominant in contemporary models of teaching in the church. This investigation seeks to develop a theory of discipling and to test its suitability as an effective educational strategy with the objectives of modern Christian faith communities. In contrast to the schooling model, discipling has been shown to be an effective model for teaching attitudes, values, and behavior as well as knowledge and beliefs in today's church. Its emphasis on commitment to learning relationships within a nurturing community and active involvement in the mission of Christ to the world, and its capacity to adapt to differences in age, culture, ability, and interests, make it a model of teaching worthy of much greater attention by the Christian faith community. A significant contribution to both the theoretical appreciation and application of disciple-making.

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Making Disciples : The Significance of Jesus' Educational Methods for Today's Church. by Brian Hill and Sylvia Wilkey Collinson. The Christian faith community regards the making of disciples as a prime directive of Jesus himself, though this theme is not dominant in contemporary models of teaching in the church.

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In this study, Sylvia Collinson examines the biblical practice of discipleship, formulating a definition of the practice and comparing it with .

In this study, Sylvia Collinson examines the biblical practice of discipleship, formulating a definition of the practice and comparing it with modern educational models. Her significant contribution to the theoretical appreciation and application of disciple-making enables churches to understand and apply the Great Commission in contemporary contexts.

Previously published by Paternoster, 2004 . Sylvia Wilkey Collinson is a visiting lecturer at Morling College, Sydney, and Associate Pastor of a Baptist church

Previously published by Paternoster, 2004. Sylvia Wilkey Collinson is a visiting lecturer at Morling College, Sydney, and Associate Pastor of a Baptist church. She has been vice-principal of a Bible college and lectured in several Australian theological colleges. She graduated from London School of Theology (BA), Sydney University (MEd), and Murdoch University (PhD).

Published March 1, 2005 by Paternoster.

The Significance of Jesus' Educational Methods for Today's Church (Paternoster Biblical & Theological Monographs). by Sylvia I. Collinson. Published March 1, 2005 by Paternoster.

by Sylvia Wilkey Collinson. Series: Paternoster Theological Monographs. This investigation seeks to develop a theory of discipling and to test its congruence as an effective educational strategy with the objectives of modern Christian faith communities.

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The church changes the world not by making converts but by making disciples. By Binu Thomas This picture was taken four years ago today

The church changes the world not by making converts but by making disciples. By Binu Thomas This picture was taken four years ago today. Although I’m no longer involved in youth ministry as much as I used to be. These are some simple things I’ve learned over the years in having a successful youth ministry. 1. First, disciple youth leaders who love and are lifelong followers of Jesus. There’s no compromise on this one.

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