Great Books, Illustrating Disciples Making Disciples

April 12, 2012



Over the last several weeks, I have read several books that illustrates the power of discipleship and disciple-making. I would highly recommend any of these books. They would make a great gift for that someone special. Better yet, purchase any of the following books, read the book, sign you name in the front of the book and the date you completed the book then pass it on to someone else to read. Ask them to sign under your name and pass the book on to the next person.

Lead…for God’s Sake! by Todd G. Gongwer is a parable for finding the heart of leadership. This is one of the best books I have read in a long time. In fact, I am leading the EKU Football Coaches through this book at the moment. Thanks Coach Hood for recommending this book to me.

It’s Better To Build Boys Than Mend Men by S. Truett Cathy. Truett Cathy, found of Chick-fil-a Restaurants, writes about what he has observed and experienced in regards to investing in the youth of America. Truett is a devout Christian who has for years now taught middle school boys Sunday School class at his local church. Quick read

The Traveler’s Gift: Seven Decisions That Determines Personal Success by Andy Andrews is a great book. Again, another book that will open your eyes to the value of discipleship from a distance and from up close. You will not be disappointed in this book.

How to Kill 11,000,000 People: Why The Truth Matters More Than You Think. This is another book by Andy Andrews. This very short read (about 35 minutes) will force you  to think about the trajectory which America is on.

The Last Great Game: Duke vs. Kentucky And The 2.1 Seconds That Changed Basketball by Gene Wojiechowski is a book that I read because I love Kentucky Basketball. None the less there is some discipling taking place with Pitino and his coaching staff. Great book if you are a UK Fan.

Let me know what you are reading and what you have found beneficial.

Pastor Virg


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