Posted by Unknown on 1st Jun 2018
Part of my respect for the book comes from the fact that I know the author and have followed his ministry for years. Dann is committed to being biblical and practical in his effort at making these truths clear so we can put them into practice daily. 4 Chair Discipling is simple, yet grounded, in the Word of God. I can understand it and communicate it clearly. Thanks for your life, work and passion for discipleship.
Posted by Mr Bill on 30th May 2018
I've been doing student ministry for 34 years and discipling students has always been our priority. Following Jesus is a call to make disciples who make disciples.. Crowds gather but individuals multiply. The simplicity of the four calls of Jesus found in 4 Chair Discipling have helped our students both identify where they & their friends are in the discipling process, as well as take the next steps needed to move towards fruitful multiplication. We use it with all our student leadership as a tool to help prevent stagnate & casual living. AND I just challenged our church leadership to do the same. If you don't want to just grow your student ministry but multiply disciples, I encourage you to read and put into practice the things written in their book.
Oh, and I LOVE that everything Sonlife now sells is in pairs - because disciple making is not a solo kind of ministry! Kudos!
Posted by Unknown on 28th Nov 2016
Jesus left us His model for us to carry out the Great Commission to make disciple-makers. With so many books about church growth, vision, mission, etc.. This book lays out the clear biblical model of the disciple-making process of Jesus. Jesus's model of making disciples clearly goes against the grains of today's church culture. But what's so obvious is Jesus' method worked!
Posted by JS95 on 3rd Nov 2016
Learned so much in just the first chapter, could not put it down, then went and re-read the first 2 chapters to soak it in. Excellent learning/growing tool for all stages in your walk.
Posted by Warren Smith on 9th Aug 2016
Using this book in a Sunday school class and it is really engaging us! Highly recommended!
Posted by Clyde on 30th May 2014
For a new and exciting way to view people and ministry, I highly recommend reading Dan Spader's book "4 Chair Discipling."