Simple Discipleship, Book Review

Simple Discipleship by Dana Allin 

A Clear and Personalized Path for Discipleship
Discipleship can feel like a meandering journey―we don’t know what we want, and none of the programs offered seem to get us anywhere.

We need something to orient ourselves, and something to direct our steps toward a clear destination. Simple Discipleship, with its companion assessment tool, offers a plan for discipleship that is tailored to your real life and your personality, and clearly pointed in the way of Jesus.

Most discipleship resources are designed as mass productions―efficient for touching many, but often failing to see individuals grow in Christ. This is the best of both worlds―an assessment tool for your entire church, combined with an achievable, personalized discipling strategy.


My Thoughts: I have to start by saying that while I did receive this book from the publisher to review, but that doesn't effect the review in any way. Now that we're done with that, let's talk about the book! Often times I find these sort of spiritual books overwhelming so I was very happy to see Simple Discipleship take a little different approach, and really focus in on simple steps. I loved the clear goals that it laid out and the assessment tool took it home, and made it more personalized. A great eye opener and a new perspective on becoming a better disciple. 

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