Following Jesus: Disciple-making and Movement-building
Following Jesus: Disciple-making and Movement-building
By Peter Roennfeldt

Disciples are protégés, learners or apprentices to Jesus who multiply disciples by following His methods, cultivating His movement, preparing people for His coming! 

Movements occur where disciples of Jesus mingle, sympathise, meet needs, invite and make disciples who multiply within their relational or community streams!

You are invited, called and commissioned. Go deep with these 50 studies from the ministry of Jesus, discover the progression of His disciple-making, and hear again the Voice who still calls people to “Follow Me” as part of a movement that continues to change lives and our world.
Following the Apostles' Vision
Following the Apostles' Vision
By Peter Roennfeldt

From small and unlikely beginnings in Jerusalem, the message of Jesus seemed to explode across the Roman world within only a few decades. It was powered by the Holy Spirit and the passion of those first men and women who had spent time with Jesus, but this remarkable success also came with self-sacrificing determination, hard work and innovative mission strategies.
Re-reading the pastoral letters of Paul—written to the respective churches within the first 10 years of their planting—offers valuable insights into the focus, energy and methods of Paul and his ministry teams. And it must challenge our vision and practice of church, ministry and mission today.
Following the Spirit
Following the Spirit
By Peter Roennfeldt

The Book of Acts tells a story that is familiar to us—making disciples amid difficult social, cultural and political environments. But Acts also tells stories that are new to some of us—creative and innovative forms of church and leadership, successfully adapting to these different circumstances and seeing the church growing in dramatic ways. After almost 2000 years of Christian history, we don’t get to start again, but we are called to write our next chapter in the story of following Jesus and making disciples.
If You Are Thirsty, You Can Be Spirit-filled
If You Are Thirsty, You Can Be Spirit-filled
By Peter Roennfeldt

Who is the Holy Spirit? How did Jesus relate to the Spirit? And what does this mean for us and our relationship with God? Throughout Christian history and in the church today, the Holy Spirit is a topic littered with misconceptions, controversies and concerns. However, the Spirit is also the true Source of our conversion, transformation, growth and power for living and sharing our faith. Discover how you can be Spirit-filled—if you are thirsty.
If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples
If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples
By Peter Roennfeldt

What does it mean to be a Christian and share our faith in a multi-faith and no-faith world?
In our complex post-Christian world, sharing our faith can seem equally complex. But consider how Jesus related to His multi-faith context, particularly His teaching in Luke 10:1–24. He engaged Jews, Samaritans, Roman gentiles, peasants, fishermen, urbanites, religious leaders, soldiers, merchants and others in spiritual discussions. His compassion, insights, authority and methodology left people amazed.
Drawing on this key teaching and the example of Jesus, this book suggests a simple, reproducible approach. It seeks to demystify evangelism, putting it within reach of every believer.
If Your Church is Closed . . . Be the Church
If Your Church is Closed . . . Be the Church
By Peter Roennfeldt

Pastor, your church has just multiplied.
This guide is for pastors whose church buildings are closed to slow the COVID-19 pandemic. It's necessary. It's not optional.
Your church is now scattered to multiple households.
But Jesus said, "Where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them" (Matthew 18:20).
This is a practical guide for you and your church to survive and even thrive in this new and challenging time.