Discipleship: What It Truly Means to Be a Christian features Collected Insights from A.W. Tozer.
Each chapter may be utilized during personal devotional time each day or as a weekly bible study with friends. According to the Publisher's Note, this book is "a collection of some of Tozer's most riveting writing on discipleship.... As you will soon discover, discipleship is not something we do, Tozer might say, but rather is a way of life. And being a disciple involves the total commitment of oneself to Jesus Himself."
This book is divided into thirteen chapters, which are titled as Marks of Discipleship, True and False Disciples, "Accepting" Christ, To All Who Received Him, Obedience Is Not an Option, You Cannot Face Two Directions, Crucified with Christ, Take Up Your Christ, Loving Righteousness Hating Evil, Be Holy, The Importance of Deeds, Preparing for Heaven, and Go and Tell. Also, there are additional sections titled as Publisher's Note and References.
Discipleship is geared toward various ages, from young adults to older generations.
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