YOUR Disciple Making eBook: Tentative Title, Contents, and Feedback

I recently launched a collaborative writing project about how to make disciples.

This is the first post in a series of posts that will ultimately be bundled into a free eBook. By publishing content here first, I get the benefit of running it by you, getting your feed-forward, and hopefully avoid heresy 😉

I’d love for you to subscribe to the blog, engage in the conversation, share the content with others, and help make this an extremely helpful resource for you, me, and anyone else who wants to join in making disciples of all nations.

For now, I’d like for you to look through the tentative titles and table of contents below and answer the following questions:

  1. If you were going to read this eBook, is this what you want to learn about making disciples?
  2. In addition to what is included here, what other questions do you have about becoming a bearing more fruit as a disciple maker?
  3. How would you rephrase these titles and subtitles to be more intriguing and creative?

Tentative Titles

Becoming A Disciple-Making Disciple: How To Make and Multiply Followers of Jesus

The Path to Making Disciples: A Field Guide For The Rest Of Us

Tentative Table Of Contents

The following framework will help me determine what topics I need to write about next here on the blog. It provides some direction and initial planning to the overall project. However, it is also subject to change over time and based on your feedback.


1 Why Make Disciples?

2 What does it mean to make disciples?

3 How to become a disciple…

4 …who makes disciples

5 …who will make disciples  

6 Disciple Making Resources Part I (forgiveness, faith, fellowship, family, friends)

7 Disciple Making Resources Part II (links to books, articles, sermons)


There are several ways that you can collaborate on this project, but for now, please just look through the above and let’s think about how to make this eBook a great resource together. Along the way, I want to reward your participation but more about that later. Let’s just say this is going to be fun! 

Do you have five minutes to add value to this project? If so, please take one minute now to pray for this project, three minutes to write a response below, and one minute to share this post on Facebook, Twitter, or via email!

Nathan is the pastor of City Life Church in Ridgewood, NY. He and his family are committed to making and multiplying disciples in the most diverse county in the US. Read more about Nathan here. Visit the City Life Church website here.

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  • Jim Land

    I think I would be tempted to call it “Just Say Yes!”. Being a disciple of Christ is all about saying “Yes” to God. If we consider discipleship is a process and it is ongoing for our entire lives; Then God is constantly at work on us and in us and we have the freedom to start and stop the process when we want to. Some people say “yes” to salvation and stop there. Some people make make it a little ways through the process and hit pause or stop, when they could say “yes” and keep going. Ultimately, we should be saying “yes Lord” all the way through the process. Yes Lord! I am willing change the way You want me to. Yes Lord! I am willing to go where You want to take me. Yes Lord! I am willing to become what you have designed me to become. Just think what the world would be like if everyone said yes all the way through the process, instead of pause or stop…Just my two cents.

    • Anonymous

      Yes! I love it! Thanks for adding your two cents. Let’s keep encouraging others to say yes to God.

  • Newkirkd40

    You are so right christians are constantly building bigger buildings!!! But no one is taking time to build up the people who is needed to worship in theses buildings. DMD is not existing in any of our congregations everybody is so busy in competing on who can sing preach dance or shout the best. Yet leaving out one of the most important commandments Jesus require from all of us.