Reproducing Through Organic Discipleship


What we need in our day is a discipleship movement that will train and send men and women to be reproducing disciples of Christ. Organic discipleship is an understanding of spiritual formation that begins and ends with the gospel. This organic understanding of discipleship will require church leaders to rethink current church systems and structures in Biblical terms.

In this book, pastor and author Winfield Bevins presents an organic model of discipleship for the 21st century that focuses on making disciples with four essentials: gospel-centered, missional, community, and reproductive. These four points of organic discipleship are not a program or a curriculum; rather they are essential tools that you can adapt and apply to your local church setting to rapidly make disciples of Christ, regardless of your culture or context. There is also a study guide to help you implement the ideas contained in this book.

Winfield Bevins
Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological Seminary. He has trained leaders from around the world and frequently speaks at conferences, churches, and seminaries on a variety of topics. He is the author of several books including Marks of a Movement and Healthy Rhythms for Leaders. He is the co-founder of Missional Formation Coaching, which is designed to help leaders thrive by promoting healthy rhythms that connect spiritual and missional practices. You can connect with him at and on twitter @winfieldbevins.
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