A new little book by an Avondale alumnus is our invitation to continue learning to be disciples with our multi-faith and no-faith family and friends.
While Avondale alumnus Dr Peter Roennfeldt’s Following the Spirit stands alone as a study of the church in Acts, as a sequel to Following Jesus, it demonstrates how the disciple-making method of Jesus played out in the life and mission of His first disciples.
A new discipleship book encouraging readers to transform church honours three “innovative” leaders who “cultivated creative thinking” in the ministry of an Avondale alumnus.
The follow up to an Avondale alumnus’ book about the life and ministry of Jesus explores His ongoing movement and mission while challenging the reader to write the next chapter of Acts.
Customers prefer books written by local authors, an annual list of the top 20 bestsellers through Adventist Book Centres in Australia and New Zealand shows.
Discipleship is so important to spiritual life the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific now has a department to help ensure it remains so. The church’s Team Leader of Discipleship Ministries Dr Leigh Rice answers questions from Signs Publishing Book Editor Nathan Brown about discipleship and about the publication of discipleship books Mission Shift and Following Jesus.
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