Innovating Discipleship is the first book I have released since Church Unique. It is a read in one hour kind of book at 85 pages, But my hope is that it will change how you read for a lifetime.
I am grateful for some of the first folks to review the book. Here is what pastors are saying:
- Truly one of the best books I've read on ministry development. - Doug Murphy (read full review)
- You need books that will grow you and stretch you. You need books that will challenge you and set your heart aflame. Will Mancini’s latest book accomplishes all of this and more. - David Bowman (read full review)
- Clear, concise, creative insights to guide people through change in the direction of a church. An excellent model for innovation. - Steve Conway
- No matter how you say it…your church's scorecard, aim, dashboard, metrics, what you count…will be better defined by reading and processing this content as a team. I have shared it with key leaders in my church context and everyone of them—staff, elders, key leaders—agree this is incredibly helpful. - Jason Stewart
- Will Mancini delivers again on a book to challenge church leaders to think outside the box - Jim Caldwell
- Will Mancini wrote a definitive work for churches to be clear on their mission, vision, and values when he wrote THE CHURCH UNIQUE. Now, he challenges all churches to engage in true disciple-making in INNOVATING DISCIPLESHIP. A must-read for churches serious about disciple-making! - Cheryl Stouffer
- I feel it was a great read for any ministry or overseer in the church today. You may find that you don't want to change anything or need to change a ton, but this short read will ask you questions that will help you understand steps you may need to take. - Ryan Charest
- My copy is a little bit of a mess. Underlined. Starred. Dog-eared with a broken spine. My copy looks like I’ve had it much longer than I have. Packed with keen insights, if you’re looking for the truth about your current situation and more importantly, what and where your next steps could be…I highly recommend that you pick up your own copy. - Mark Howell (read full review)
The best way to pick up a copy is right here.
If you have read the book, I would love to hear your thoughts. What was most helpful? What was unclear? What questions do you still have?