The Invested Life: Making Disciples of All Nations One Person at a Time by Joel C. Rosenberg, T. E. Koshy

This book encourages Christians to answer two simple questions.  Who is investing in me and who am I investing in?  It goes beyond sharing the gospel with others to actually making disciples of them, teaching them step by step, day by day, what it means to live a Christian life.

This is a very interesting book, based in biblical truths.  I like the way it is simple to follow and understand.  Each chapter begins with a topic related to making disciples and ends with a testimony of discipling in action.  I also like the way Rosenberg and Toshy encourage readers to take baby steps, not to rush out tomorrow and start asking people to disciple them or become their disciple, but to carefully and prayerfully proceed.  It is easy to get excited about an idea put forth in a book and rush into something, but the authors encourage readers to read the book through, then go back through the steps.  It makes a lot of sense.

I’ve finished my first reading of the book and will now go back through it again.  I know this is a book I will read over again and again.

I recommend this book for all Christians or others wondering what Christianity or discipleship is all about.

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One Response to The Invested Life: Making Disciples of All Nations One Person at a Time by Joel C. Rosenberg, T. E. Koshy

  1. courtney says:

    Taking baby steps when dealing with issues such as discipleship is crucial. And always bringing everything before the Lord is a must. I love Mr. Rosenberg and will be checking our this book!

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