The Gentle Art of Discipling Women: Nurturing Authentic Faith in Ourselves and Others by: Dana Yeakley

The Gentle Art of Discipling Women: Nurturing Authentic Faith in Ourselves and OthersThe Gentle Art of Discipling Women: Nurturing Authentic Faith in Ourselves and Others by Dana Yeakley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What good is it to meet any other need if the greatest need is not met? As we begin to see people like Jesus sees’ people, we can than take part in the great adventure of laboring with Him. Seeing people like Jesus sees them is our ground zero as we step into discipling.

A great resource for discipling women. This book must be read individually and then I can see it being read together as two women meet. It can create the boundaries of what true discipling is and what it is not. The first part of the book is crucial. We must secure our relationship with God before we can even tackle walking along aside another. The first part deals with that relationship and how we can build our relationship with God thru prayer and bible reading.

The 2nd part of the book deals with the relationship itself. The book directs on what a disciple relationship look like and what it does not look like as well. It gives boundaries that we are not hijacked but we stand firm in the end result of making Jesus known.

This book is a gem of a resource for Women’s ministry and ministry leaders to get a biblical handle of what discipleship looks like first individually and then with others as we make Jesus known.

A Special Thank You to Tyndale House Publishers and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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