Making New Disciples

Making New Disciples

Exploring the Paradoxes of Evangelism

Mark Ireland, Mike Booker


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Twelve years on from their first book, Evangelism: Which way now? (CHP, 2003, 2nd edition 2005), which has become a valuable and oft recommended resource, Mark Ireland and Mike Booker aim to take people a step further. Making New Disciples offers a practical approach, based on careful theological reflection and years of hands-on experience in local church leadership, theological education and the national church. The book is not so much a Which? guide to the available resources, as a wrestling with the paradoxes of evangelism in a changing world, backed up with plenty of stories and specific examples.


Mark Ireland:
Mark Ireland
Mark Ireland is vicar of two churches in Shropshire, one urban and one rural. Previously diocesan missioner for Lichfield diocese, he has thirty years' experience in parish-based evangelism, alongside work at diocesan and national level, and currently serves on General Synod and the Archbishops' Council. He is co-author with Mike Chew of How to do Mission Action Planning (SPCK, 2009).

Mike Booker
Mike Booker is team rector of a group of villages on the outskirts of Cambridge. He has previously worked in theological education, and served in suburban and UPA parish settings. He is a member of General Synod, involved in a wide range of parish appointments as a Simeon's trustee, and the author of Understanding Natural Church Development (Grove Books, 2001).



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