The making of disciples, which discipleship represents, forms the nucleus of God's salvation plan for humankind. In line with this noble objective, Jesus made this his main task while on Earth. He attached great emphasis on quality discipleship and consequently commanded total obedience to this great kingdom work. The Mark of Discipleship aims to open our understanding to the real meaning and scope of the divine task of drawing and winning a lost and directionless world to God, through painstaking and costly sacrifices.
It helps highlight the positive roles divine grace, wisdom, prophecy, prayer, and the Holy Spirit play in achieving the discipleship work of God's kingdom. It also restates the compelling need for both quality control and urgency in the course of finishing this huge task. This book offers some biblical and contemporary models to help the church effectively build this kingdom work of discipleship.