I was recently asked for a recommendation for discipleship other than Gospel-Centered Discipleship. Here are some key books:
The Master Plan of Evangelism – a classic by Robert Coleman that focuses on Jesus’ approach to making disciples: “Men were his method.”
Following the Master: A comprehensive biblical theology of discipleship that runs Old Testament to New. Solid, accessible.
Following the Master: A biblical theology of discipleship (on sale for – the most comprehensive biblical theology of discipleship I’ve read. Wilkins did is Ph.D in this area, and wrote a more technical book on it. This book, however, is very accessible, thorough, and helpful.
Mere Discipleship – this book does a great job of showing how the already/not yet of the kingdom of God (inaugurated eschatology) should affect our discipleship. Its unique, deep, and practical.
Connecting – A very helpful guide to sorting out different types of mentoring: coach, spiritual guide, etc.
Connecting– A great guide to sorting out different types of mentoring relationships: coach, spiritual guide, and so on.
Building a Discipleship Culture – Mike Breen is great at systems and thinking through how to implement discipleship more systematically.
Building a Discipleship Culture – Mike Breen is great at thinking through discipleship systems to create a culture of disciple making.