• Sara Jane Jacobs

Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple by Ellie M. Littleton

Updated: Oct 7, 2020








About the Book


Book: Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple


Author: Ellie M. Littleton


Genre: RELIGION / Christian Ministry / Discipleship




The twenty-first century Church has the same Holy Spirit power and many more modern-day resources than the first century Church, yet the first century Church had greater success in making disciples. Why? They followed the plan Jesus gave them, and He blessed it. But the more worldly progress we’ve made, the more we’ve deviated from Jesus’s plan by choosing programs, entertainment, and socials with only surface-level encounters. 

We neglect to make a connection with the lost, and they see no real commitment from the church. So they come and go as we continue to meet and plan more programs. To end the cycle, we must go and make disciples as Jesus taught—investing our lives in the lives of others. 

Do you long to live the Great Commission and make disciples, but you’re not sure how? In Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple, Ellie Littleton offers biblical examples and concepts that break down the hard work of discipleship into sixteen thought-provoking lessons. 


So go and make disciples. “This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples” (John 15:8 niv).


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My Thoughts . . .


I love that this study provides a much-needed focus on discipleship! It is a group study with two weeks set aside at the end for individual study. It focuses on the importance of discipling others and uses the teachings of Jesus to the twelve disciples as the model. The author even designed it for a group of no more than thirteen, with a leader and twelve students. I hope this book inspires churches to get back on track with the command of Jesus to "go therefore and make disciples of all nations" and to put more focus on discipleship.


I was given a copy of this book for free. I was not required to give a favorable review nor was any money received for this review. All comments and opinions are my own.