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The Master Plan of Evangelism

by Roert E. Coleman
140 pages

The Master Plan of Evangelism is a classic work (over 2 million copies sold) on how Jesus recruited, trained and unleashed his disciples to further his master plan for bringing in the Kingdom. Pair it with the new Life-on-Life Leadership coaching manual to use Coleman's principles for making disciples or coaching small group leaders in your church! Coleman identifies eight key principles Jesus used (Selection, Association, Consecration, Impartation, Demonstration, Delegation, Supervision and Reproduction) to build leaders who would carry on his work. Price $5.99

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by Roert E. Coleman
140 pages

The Master Plan of Evangelism is a classic work (over 2 million copies sold) on how Jesus recruited, trained and unleashed his disciples to further his master plan for bringing in the Kingdom. Pair it with the new Life-on-Life Leadership coaching manual to use Coleman's principles for making disciples or coaching small group leaders in your church! Coleman identifies eight key principles Jesus used (Selection, Association, Consecration, Impartation, Demonstration, Delegation, Supervision and Reproduction) to build leaders who would carry on his work.

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"Few books have had as great an impact on the cause of world evangelization in our generation as this book.
Billy Graham

"This book is must reading for everyone who desires to be a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ."
Bill Bright

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