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Multiplying Disciples

What Movements Can Teach Us About Discipleship

Winfield Bevins

There have been over two thousand years of church history and disciple-making multiplication.  Multiplying Disciples seeks to draw wisdom from the well of church history by looking at several important disciple-making movements: The Celtic Movement, The Moravian Movement, and the Methodist Movement. Each one of these movements offer vital contributions to the church and when discovered, they can rediscover the power of working together for the great commission to make and multiply disciples of Jesus Christ for the 21st century.

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Winfield Bevins

Dr. Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological Seminary. As an author and teacher, his passion is to help others reconnect to the roots of the Christian faith for spiritual formation and mission today. 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, Ever Ancient Ever New, 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 www.missionalformationcoaching.com and on twitter @winfieldbevins.

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