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I am currently about halfway through this book, and have already loved being challenged and encouraged with a Biblical view of discipleship. Reading about this crucial topic through the lens of scholars, pastors, home educators, and others has greatly clarified what discipleship can really look like, and the way one man's commitment to discipling others has caused exponential growth for the Kingdom. I highly recommend this book to anyone who would like to learn from and be encouraged by Christ's model of discipleship from individuals who directly benefitted from Dr. Coppedge's obedience to the call to make disciples.
This was a very delightful read. Not only did this book give great insight into the life of Dr. Coppage, it gave a wonderful outline into life of Discipleship, Holiness, and Sanctification. Most of the writers are in the forefront of Wesleyan scholarship and ministry. While it has a different tone, I compare this read to that of Henri Nouwen's In the Name of Jesus. Loved it.
Absolutely one of the best books on discipleship that I have read. Coming from a wide range of well-known scholars "Discipleship" offers a wide range of discipleship-related topics including Scripture, Theology, Church, and Mission. My favorite aspect of this book is the living relationship of discipleship that each contributor has to the man for whom the book is written, Dr. Allan Coppedge. Each essay is preceded by a personal tribute that reveals the impact of Dr. Coppedge on the world of discipleship. This makes it impossible to read the essays as simply a scholarly endeavor. They are, rather, quite personal. This book is certainly a top ten must read, especially for those from the Wesleyan tradition.
This book is a must read for anyone interested in discipleship. Each chapter dives deeply into the heart of what it means to be a disciple and a disciple maker while honoring Dr. Allan Coppedge who dedicated his life to making disciples.