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Where have all the disciples gone?

There is a missing force in Christianity today. It's a critical one, and its absence has led to weak believers, disintegrating families, ineffective churches, and a decaying culture. Without it we lack what we need to fully live as heaven's representatives on earth. That missing force is discipleship.

In Kingdom Disciples, Tony Evans outlines a simple, actionable definition of discipleship to help the church fulfill its calling. Listeners will learn:

  • What a disciple is
  • What a disciple cares about
  • How to be a disciple and make disciples
  • What discipleship looks like in community
  • What the impact of discipleship on the world can be

Kingdom disciples are in short supply, and the result is a legion of powerless Christians attending powerless churches, having a powerless presence in the world. The power, authority, abundance, victory, and impact God has promised will only come about when we understand and align ourselves with his definition of discipleship.

Kingdom Disciples calls believers and churches back to our primary, divinely ordained responsibility to be disciples and make disciples. Only when we take seriously this assignment will the world see heaven at work on earth.

Will you accept the assignment?

Kingdom Disciples is useful as base material for a course on discipleship.

©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian

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Enjoyed the book, but the editor should be fired

I’m thoroughly enjoying the book and even the delivery by the reader, but there are so many mistakes, rereads, and even a throat clear in the reading. Please fix it so others aren’t distracted.

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One of Tony’s Best Books!

In my opinion, this is one of Dr. Tony Evans’ greatest books, as he tells how the Lord’s disciples are not only necessary in today’s time - anytime, really - but also how we’re to examine our lives and strive to work for God. He also gave great insight into Jesus’ teachings that I hadn’t heard or seen before (I read as I listen). As he’s written many books, I feared that some stories would be repeated. Granted, some were, but they were with a different, wonderful lesson to be learned. The further along you get in the book, the sense of our responsibility to live for Jesus grows, also painting a wonderful picture of how we don’t know when He’s returning, but the sooner we get to work, the better!

Mr. Calvin Robinson did a marvelous job narrating the book. I sped it up to 1.2x and could clearly understand everything he said. There were a few sentences that were skipped over, and there were a few times when sentences were repeated. But it didn’t take away from the book’s greatness in any way. Well done to both author and narrator! I’ll be sure to read/listen to this book many times in the future!

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Honest and a Plan

This book looks at the actions of Christians. It highlights the purpose for all God's people and lays out a plan to achieve that goal.

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Great book and content! OK reading.

What made the experience of listening to Kingdom Disciples the most enjoyable?

Great insight into being a true disciple of Christ.

What three words best describe Calvin Robinson’s voice?

Soothing, steady, indifferent

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Are you SURE you want to follow Christ?

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One of the things I like most about Tony Evans is his teaching style and voice. I was disappointed that he didn't read this himself.

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Another great book by Tony Evans

Great book and a must read for Christians desiring to up their game!! Highly recommend.

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great and awesome

great book material and awesome message best book by Tony Evans I have seen thus far

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Eye opening

This is so eye opening it makes you think and realize there is so much to my relationship with God. I listened to most of the chapters several times. This book is so full of understanding.

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inspirational

Very inspiring and needed in your Christian walk and growth. the narration was very powerful.

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Powerful motivation

This book motivates me to walk in discipleship.
It outlines how important being a disciple is.

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Back to basics (the commission) for the churches.

I'm a little biased so of course I loved it. It encourages us on an individual and intimate level to get with the god and the churches in general to get back to the basics of our commission to do the Great Commission and to disciple others Personally. A couple of things that I didn't like about it was that it wasn't read by Tony Evans himself so it was lacking a little personal expression of what he himself actually meant and felt. And the average Joe who did read it wasn't paying attention to detail sometimes because he did a little bit of redundant readings of a few sentences. However one segment of the book talked about putting God first and on an intimate level. And I really liked that part.