What You Do Shows Who You Are: The 6 Marks of a Disciple of Jesus
In this first book in the 6 Marks Book Series, Mike Falkenstine walks the reader through the 6 Key Marks of a Disciple of Jesus. Filled with great Biblical teaching and useful content to grow in Christ, this book is great for Sunday School classes or small groups. The 8 discussion questions at the end of every Chapter helps Christians to delve into each of the 6 Marks and help each other grow spiritually.
Keep Watch Over Souls: The 6 Marks of a Church that Makes Disciples
In this, the second book in the 6 Marks Book Series, Mike Falkenstine has written the volume to help Churches make disciples that make disciples. Becoming a church that is a disciple making church is hard and requires focus and dedication to the task. Falkenstine, in this volume written exclusively for pastors and church elders, walks them through 6 Key Marks of a Church that Makes Disciples. With 4 discussion questions at the end of every chapter, you can get your leadership team talking and brain storming toward being a church that makes disciples.
Being and Making Disciples in the Western Church: A First Steps Guide
In Acts 14, as Paul and Barnabas were planting the early churches, their concern was not be make converts, but to make disciples of Jesus. But in our Western Church today, we've largely gotten away from the command that Jesus gives us to 'Go and Make Disciples.' In this new book, Mike Falkenstine will walk you through the stepa dn stages of being disciples and making disciples in our churches today. Paperback editions are available on Amazon, and the ebook is available for free here!
In writing this book, Mike Falkenstine had two primary things in mind: First, he has a deep heart toward the commands of Jesus, one of which is to 'Go and make disciples.' Secondly, his eyes are always toward John 14, that as Christians, we show Jesus we love Him when we do what He commands. In this new volume, Falkenstine gives you everything you need to being making disciples and prepare yourself for the task. From the beginning steps of selection, the actual discipleship meetings and what they look like, to what content to cover, this really is a step-by-step guide.