Holy Habits Bible Reflections: Making More Disciples: 40 readings and reflections

Holy Habits Bible Reflections: Making More Disciples: 40 readings and reflections

Edited by: Andrew Roberts , Lucy Moore, Andrew Roberts, Nick Shepherd and Linda Rayner
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Resourcing your Holy Habits discipleship journey

Jesus said ‘Go and make disciples’ to the first disciples, but the command is for us too. It’s not our job to bring people to faith, but we are called to share our faith at school, in our places of work and leisure, and in the communities in which we live.

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19 July 2019

Title Holy Habits Bible Reflections: Making More Disciples: 40 readings and reflections
Edited by Andrew Roberts , Lucy Moore, Andrew Roberts, Nick Shepherd and Linda Rayner
Description

Jesus said ‘Go and make disciples’ to the first disciples, but the command is for us too. It’s not our job to bring people to faith, but we are called to share our faith at school, in our places of work and leisure, and in the communities in which we live.

Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship. Inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them.
The habits are: Biblical Teaching, Fellowship, Breaking Bread, Prayer, Sharing Resources, Serving, Eating Together, Gladness and Generosity, Worship, and Making More Disciples.
These resources are designed to help churches explore the habits creatively in a range of contexts and live them out in whole-life, intergenerational, missional discipleship.

These Bible reading notes have been developed to help churches and individuals explore the Holy Habits through prayerful engagement with the Bible and live them out in whole-life, missional discipleship.

Details
  • Product code: 9780857468321
  • Published: 19 July 2019
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 48
  • Dimensions: 120mm wide and 167mm high

Jesus said ‘Go and make disciples’ to the first disciples, but the command is for us too. It’s not our job to bring people to faith, but we are called to share our faith at school, in our places of work and leisure, and in the communities in which we live.

Holy Habits is an adventure in Christian discipleship. Inspired by Luke’s model of church found in Acts 2:42–47, it identifies ten habits and encourages the development of a way of life formed by them.
The habits are: Biblical Teaching, Fellowship, Breaking Bread, Prayer, Sharing Resources, Serving, Eating Together, Gladness and Generosity, Worship, and Making More Disciples.
These resources are designed to help churches explore the habits creatively in a range of contexts and live them out in whole-life, intergenerational, missional discipleship.

These Bible reading notes have been developed to help churches and individuals explore the Holy Habits through prayerful engagement with the Bible and live them out in whole-life, missional discipleship.


Andrew Roberts is a husband, father, minister, writer and speaker. He is the author of the book Holy Habits (Malcolm Down Publishing, 2016) and co-editor of the BRF Holy Habits resource booklets. He was previously Director of Training for Fresh Expressions.

Lucy Moore is founder and team leader of Messy Church at BRF and has possibly the best job in the world, given the joys of working with the Messy Church network. She has a supportive husband, two quirky adult children and a son-in-law plus a small ginger dog.

 

Andrew Roberts is a husband, father, minister, writer and speaker. He is the author of the book Holy Habits (Malcolm Down Publishing, 2016) and co-editor of the BRF Holy Habits resource booklets. Previously he was Director of Training for Fresh Expressions. He loves all sport and, despite that, supports Aston Villa.

 

Nick Shepherd is programme director for Setting God’s People Free, an initiative across the Church of England to encourage confident faith in everyday life and to affirm the calling of the whole people of God to serve God’s mission in God’s world. A keen tweeter, Nick can be followed
@theonographer but warns that more than half of these will be about Crystal Palace FC.

 

Linda Rayner is coordinator for Fresh Expressions in the United Reformed Church, and Fresh Expressions missioner for Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church in Stockport, Cheshire. She is passionate about encouraging local churches to step out in mission, sharing the love of Jesus by engaging with their communities, being immersed in local culture and through new expressions of church.