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Bill Hull

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  • Cost Of Cheap Grace

    $17.99

    What is a Christian?

    At the most basic level, a Christian is a disciple of Jesus Christ. And yet many Christians today couldn’t tell you what a disciple of Jesus Christ is, or would even think of themselves as disciples. And yet in the Great Commission, Jesus specifically called us to make disciples. Everything else is secondary.

    The Cost of Cheap Grace is an extended, sweeping, bold, and bracing call to repentance for where we’ve let secondary things subvert our commitment to discipleship, and a compelling vision for discipleship as the basis of the gospel in all its world-changing, subversive power.

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  • Discipleship Gospel Workbook

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    ARE YOU MAKING DISCIPLES WITH THE GOSPEL JESUS PREACHED?

    Solid disciple-making curriculum is hard to find. That’s why Ben Sobels and Bill Hull-pastors, practitioners, and authors of The Discipleship Gospel-created this workbook, which guides your discipleship group through the Gospel of Mark chapter by chapter to multiply disciples. Disciple makers use this sixteen-week group discipleship study to train people to understand the Bible and put into practice what they’re learning while learning the gospel Jesus preached.

    Using the essential elements of The Discipleship Gospel, this interactive study encourages you to step outside your comfort zone, vulnerably share your journey, and embrace gospel-motivated action. Help your discipleship groups clarify their understanding of Jesus’ kingdom gospel, practice obedience to Jesus, and multiply disciples. Make this your church’s disciple-making curriculum for new disciples, yet-to-be disciples, and disciple-making experts alike. Use this tool to multiply disciples with Mark’s Gospel.

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  • Discipleship Gospel : What Jesus Preached We Must Follow

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    IS THE GOSPEL YOU PREACH MAKING DISCIPLES-OR CONVERTS?

    Many today preach a gospel that makes converts, but not disciples. This is the result of “non-discipleship gospels,” which exclude the necessity to follow Jesus from their message. The Discipleship Gospel challenges the church today with a fresh reading of Jesus’ gospel-one that we must learn to preach again.

    “The gospel you preach determines the disciples you make,” the authors write. Bill Hull and Ben Sobels use key biblical texts to describe why discipleship is not just an add-on to the gospel, but an essential part of it. The authors define seven essential elements of Jesus’ gospel and why you must include each one in your gospel if you want to make disciples, not just converts. In this book, they help you clarify your understanding of the gospel, learn how to contextualize your message, and create a plan to make disciples who embrace the full gospel-in your church and beyond.

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  • Christian Leader : Rehabilitating Our Addiction To Secular Leadership

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    From the author of the bestselling book The Disciple-Making Pastor comes a call to Christian leaders to let go of their addiction to secular models of leadership rooted in pragmatic success. Most leadership literature talks about having the right kind of leadership personality. You know the type: big-picture visionaries who serve others and get the best out of people. But the popular pattern of doing what works and getting rewarded for it is actually the enemy of Christian leadership. It thrives on making our work impersonal and exploitive. Far too often, it serves the leader rather than those the leader leads. Sadly, this pattern dominates Christian leadership in the West. We need a different style of leadership-one patterned after Jesus. Jesus influenced others because of who he was, not because he was well-known or a person of power or because he had mastered a set of skills or implemented an effective leadership strategy. He could have completed his mission living in your house, driving your car, married to your spouse, working at your office, and raising your kids because leadership comes down to character. Many who aspire to leadership are looking for the right circumstances so they can lead. Many in positions of leadership find it difficult to lead because of obstacles, such as a lack of funds, authority, and or confusion about methods. Jesus faced all of these, and more, yet he accomplished his mission. This is not a book about improving Christian organizations; it is about changing how Christians lead. It is for anyone with a megaphone, a platform to speak, who wants to lead others in being a witness for truth. It is for people with a pulpit, whether that pulpit be a business or a position of influence in a domain of the culture: entertainment, sports, politics, industry, the arts, academia, or religion. If you are someone to whom others listen-this book is for you. Each chapter begins with a title and statement about Jesus’ life. Jesus was a different kind of teacher. The Pharisees focused on doing the right thing. Jesus emphasized becoming the kind of person who wants to do the right thing. Others taught the importance of doing good; Jesus taught how to be good. He didn’t teach behavior modification alone; he taught how to change the sources of behavior. Knowing how to lead others begins by seeing Jesus as your leader.

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  • Conversion And Discipleship

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    Discipleship occurs when someone answers the call to learn from Jesus how to live his or her life-as though Jesus were living it. The end result is that the disciple becomes the kind of person who naturally does what Jesus did. How the church understands salvation and the gospel is the key to recovering a biblical theology of discipleship. Our doctrines of grace and salvation, in some cases, actually prevent us from creating an expectation that we are to be disciples of Jesus. A person can profess to be a Christian and yet still live under the impression that they don’t need to actually follow Jesus. Being a follower is seen as an optional add-on, not a requirement. It is a choice, not a demand. Being a Christian today has no connection with the biblical idea that we are formed into the image of Christ. In this ground-breaking new book, pastor and author Bill Hull shows why our existing models of evangelism and discipleship fail to actually produce followers of Jesus. He looks at the importance of recovering a robust view of the gospel and taking seriously the connection between conversion-answering the call to follow Jesus-and discipleship-living like the one we claim to follow.

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  • Disciple Making Church

    $20.00

    Every Christian, church leader and layperson alike, has been called by Christ to make disciples. But often there is so much focus in our churches on the first part of Christ’s command–evangelism–that the second part–teaching new believers to obey all that Christ commanded–is forgotten. New believers find themselves on their own, trying to figure out what their new life is supposed to look like.

    In this well-loved book, Bill Hull explains why disciple-making must be the focus of every believer’s life and shows how each of us can do it. With practical examples drawn from vast ministry experience, Hull helps the church deepen and enrich the lives of believers as they learn to truly follow Christ.

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  • Believe As Jesus Believed

    $14.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9781615215393Bill Hull | Paul MascarellaBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2010Experience The Life # 1Publisher: Lightning Source – Print On Demand Print On Demand Product

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  • Disciple Making Pastor

    $22.00

    A new edition of a time-tested discipleship resource

    For the pastor who is ready to put words into action, this book offers the inspiration and practical know-how to do so.

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  • Complete Book Of Discipleship

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    The first book in The Navigator Reference Library, The Complete Book of Discipleship is the definitive A to Z resource on discipleship and disciple making for every Christian. Drawing from the best in discipleship literature as well as from his own extensive disciple making experience with The Navigators, Bill Hull pulls together all relevant topics in one comprehensive volume. Well-organized and fully indexed, you’ll find included such topics as spiritual growth, transformation, spiritual disciplines, and discipleship in the local church. Given that The Navigators have more than 70 years of practical discipleship ministry experience world-wide, you’ll find The Complete Book of Discipleship a trusted resource.

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  • Choose The Life

    $17.00

    Jesus wants mature disciples. This book shows how to squeeze joy out of sorrow, truth from pain, and make permanent advances for the Savior.

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  • Jesus Christ Disciplemaker

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    Thomas doubted. Peter denied. Matthew had a shady past. And most of Jesus’ disciples had trouble understanding his true message and mission at times.
    How did Jesus take lowly fishermen and tax collectors and turn them into some of the most influential men that ever lived? And how can modern church leaders empower regular church members to meet their potential as servants of God?

    Learn Christ’s methods in training his twelve disciples and apply Christ’s model for reaching the lost by adapting these four growth phases: evangelizing, establishing, equipping, and leading. The perfect resource for pastors and church leaders who want to learn how to help others grow in God’s service.

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