Grand Metanarrative Author Q&A – Tony Twist and Mihai Malancea with Bobby Harrington

Photo of Tony TwistTony Twist | Bio

Tony Twist

Tony grew up in Dallas, Texas and Alice Springs, N.T., Australia. His formal education included Milligan College, Emmanuel Christian Seminary, Southern Baptist Seminary, and Indiana University. Following graduation from Milligan he married Suzanne Grogan from Spencer, Virginia. He and Suzanne served churches in Virginia, Tennessee and Indiana with a primary focus on disciple making. His passions are disciple making, spending time with Suzanne, working out and making new friends around the world. He currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for the TCM International Institute, a global graduate school for disciple makers based in Indianapolis, Indiana and Heiligenkreuz, Austria.
Photo of Mihai MalanceaMihai Malancea | Bio

Mihai Malancea

Mihai (DTh, University of Bucharest) grew up in the USSR and now lives in Moldova. He has served churches in Moldova and in post-Soviet countries in Central Asia. He serves as President of DGU (Divitia Gratiae University) in Moldova and teaches for TCM International Institute.
Photo of Bobby HarringtonBobby Harrington | Bio

Bobby Harrington

Bobby is the point-leader of and, both collaborative, disciple-making organizations. He is the founding and lead pastor of Harpeth Christian Church (by the Harpeth River, just outside of Nashville, TN). He has an M.A.R. and an M.Div. from Harding School of Theology and a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of more than 10 books on discipleship, including Discipleshift (with Jim Putman and Robert Coleman), The Disciple Maker’s Handbook (with Josh Patrick) and Becoming a Disciple Maker: The Pursuit of Level 5 Disciple Making (with Greg Weins). He lives in the greater Nashville area with his wife and near his children and grandchildren.

Join Bobby Harrington as he talks with Tony Twist and Mihai Malancea about their book Grand Metanarrative: God’s Story as an Invitation to Theology.