Effective Discipling in Muslim Communities
Scripture, History and Seasoned Practices
Muslims who come to Christ face momentous spiritual, psychological and social obstacles, which drive many to abandon their faith. Often conversion and discipleship are framed by individualistic Western models that do not acknowledge the communal cultural forces that constrain and shape new believers. Effective discipleship requires a more relational, holistic process of Christian identity development and spiritual formation in community.
Effective Discipling in Muslim Communities, Scripture, History and Seasoned Practices
Don Little, 349 pages
In this comprehensive resource, missiologist Don Little engages the toughest theoretical and practical challenges involved in discipling believers from Muslim backgrounds. He draws on New Testament principles, historical practices and interviews with seasoned disciplers ministering in a dozen countries across the Muslim world. Little addresses key challenges believers from Muslim backgrounds face, from suffering and persecution to spiritual warfare and oppression. He also addresses implications for the role of disciplers in church planting among Muslims.