Carl Simmons

Growing in Jesus (Season 1: From Disciples to Disciplers)

Growing in Jesus (Season 1: From Disciples to Disciplers) by Carl Simmons
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For readers of:A.W. Tozer, Watchman Nee, Thomas Merton, John Piper, Dallas Willard
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Season 1 of From Disciples to Disciplers, Growing in Jesus, focuses on developing you relationship with Jesus. Because let's face it: The first person you have to disciple... is yourself. More to the point, you need to learn how to let Jesus show you how to be His disciple. So in this season, we focus on your relationship with Jesus and how to deepen it through spiritual disciplines such as prayer, worship, Bible study... and not least of all, your relationships with other Christians (such as the one you might be doing this study with).

About the Author

Carl Simmons is author of From Disciples to Disciplers, a six-season series for small groups, Sunday schools, and 1-on-1 discipleship; and the interactive devotional Lay It Down: A Journey into Trust. Carl serves as editor/coordinator for the Character Formation Project. and was editor of In addition to Lay It Down and the From Disciples to Disciplers series, Carl has co-authored and/or edited numerous other Bible studies and books, including:

  • Dare to Be Uncommon, by Tony Dungy and Karl Leuthauser
  • The Discover God series, by Bill Bright
  • Life of Paul: Visual Bible Study
  • The Gospel Series (Gospel Identity, Gospel Growth, and Gospel Love), by World Harvest Mission
  • The Missional Journey, by Bob Logan
  • Live Again: Wholeness after Divorce small-group kit, by Michelle Borquez
  • Reformed Means Missional: Following Jesus into the World, by World Harvest Mission (essays by Tim Keller, Diane Langberg, Boz Tchividjian, et al.)
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