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Jesus Gave them Something to Do

Our call as Christians to fulfill the Great Commission bids us to make disciples of all nations, baptizing in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and teaching those disciples to observe the things Jesus shared with us as according to the Gospels. But carrying out a mandate like this can easily be ignored if we are not given concrete tasks to do. In this lecture, Dr. Robert Coleman shares about how how Jesus gave His disciples things to do in order that they would be able to follow Him.

This resource is part of a series on Master Plan of Discipleship. Click here to listen to the full series

Robert Coleman

Robert Coleman, is distinguished professor emeritus of evangelism and discipleship at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He also served as dean of the Billy Graham International Schools of Evangelism as well as director of the Billy Graham Center Institute of Evangelism at Wheaton College. Dr. Coleman is a graduate of Southwestern University, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary, and has a PhD from the University of Iowa. He has received honorary doctorates from Trinity International University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He is the author of The Master Plan of Evangelism, which has sold more than 3 million copies and has written twenty-four books and hundreds of articles.


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