Resources by Bobby Harrington:
What Is the Result of Disciple Making? This is Question #4 discussed in Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church, by Bobby Harrington and Scott Sager.
Why Is Disciple Making the Core Mission of the Church? This is Question #3 discussed in Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church, by Bobby Harrington & Scott Sager.
What Is a Disciple of Jesus? This is Question #2 discussed in Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church, by Bobby Harrington and Scott Sager.
Can a Christian Lose Salvation? (Part 2) The question of eternal security can be an inflammatory one for many evangelicals. Many evangelicals were raised by parents or pastors who taught that it was an essential doctrine. “Never go to a church,” they say, “where they do not teach eternal security.” By that statement they mean, “Don’t ever go to a church that... Bobby Harrington
Why Are the Teachings and Life of Jesus Important for Disciple Making? This is Question #1 discussed in Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church, by Bobby Harrington & Scott Sager.
On What Basis Will God Evaluate Our Lives? *Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church. Jesus claimed that following his teachings was foundational for living life as it was intended: “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” (John 8:12)....
Disciple Making Author Q&A – Bobby Harrington & Scott Sager Join Bobby and Scott as they talk about how they became convinced that–above every good thing a church can do–disciple making is the core mission of the church.
Introduction to Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church, by Bobby Harrington & Scott Sager Bobby and Scott discuss their book Disciple Making: The Core Mission of the Church and give an overview of why they wrote it.
Are We Eternally Secure or Must We Have Faithful Faith? (Part 1) Central to the teachings of Jesus is that God forgives our sins. In conversion, among the greatest joys is the realization that through the gospel, all of our sins are forgiven. It is a time of great happiness. Yet what happens when a person no longer possesses a repentant faith—when they live in deliberately sinful... Bobby Harrington
Eternal Security or Faithful Faith? Central to the teachings of Jesus is that God forgives our sins. In conversion, among the greatest joys is the realization that through the gospel, all of our sins are forgiven. It is a time of great happiness. Yet what… Bobby Harrington
Trust and Follow Jesus: The Leaders Guide WHAT IF TRUSTING AND FOLLOWING JESUS BECAME THE DNA OF YOUR CHURCH? The short companion to this book—Trust and Follow Jesus—has proven to be an effective model for disciple making. The content is simple, effective, and reproducible for all disciples.… Bobby Harrington
Trust and Follow Jesus: Conversations to Fuel Discipleship This short guide brings you back to the basics in a cut-to-the-chase style. Author Bobby Harrington presents short and succinct points with Scripture references to answer bottom-line questions about following Jesus. Designed with discipleship groups in mind, this book will… Bobby Harrington
The Historical Evidence for the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus – Evidence for Easter (Part 3) *Editor’s Note: “The Historical Evidence for the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus” was originally released in 2019 and we’re bringing it back to everyone’s attention at an opportune moment. Well received when first published, it’s especially timely at Easter and although it’s part 3 in its original series, it stands alone as well worth... Bobby Harrington
Top Ten Forward-Thinking Trends for Disciple Makers *Editor’s Note: Each year, Discipleship.org publishes a list of the top 10 trends they see that year on disciple making. They pool insights from all the leaders, practitioners, and organizations they can find and compile the trends of what they see God doing through disciple makers in North America. The following is their annual report. ... Bobby Harrington
A Resilient Church in a Cancel Culture There’s a joke that’s told about a couple of hunting buddies who are walking along outside when one of them collapses to the ground and goes motionless. When his friend discovers that he’s stopped breathing, he calls 911 and says, “My friend just died! What do I do?” The operator answers, “Calm down. First, what...
The Long March through the Institutions of Society On an almost daily basis, I talk to friends who lead churches around the USA who are trying to understand what is happening in our culture and how to help the people in their churches to be faithful to Jesus in light of what is happening. It seems like the basic framework and foundations of... Bobby Harrington