Take a fresh look at the Great Commission in this practical guide that equips readers to become laborers in the field.
By LeRoy Eims with Randy Eims
Veteran disciplemaker LeRoy Eims emphasized the training of laypeople to become laborers in the harvest field. Today his son Randy Eims interprets his father's message to equip a new generation living in a post-Christian world.
In this updated version, LeRoy and Randy define a laborer as one who is equipped to reach the lost and edify the saved. Their words offer a job description for laborers, outline the training needed for laboring, and describe the spiritual tools a laborer needs in Christ’s harvest.
Learn how to establish others in a growing relationship with God.
About the Authors
LeRoy Eims was the director of public ministry for The Navigators and the author of several books, including the best-selling The Lost Art of Disciplemaking. Leroy held an honorary doctor of divinity degree from Geneva College and was a speaker for the Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Program. Leroy left his beloved wife, Virginia, in 2004 to be with his Lor
Randy Eims has been involved in youth and young adult ministry for more than thirty years. He has mentored, discipled, and trained youth and college students for leadership since 1979. Randy is currently the director of The Eims Discipleship Foundation, which seeks to inspire daily, biblical discipleship for practical, lasting, Christ-centered growth, personally, generationally, and missionally. He and his wif,e Jackie, currently teach a young marrieds' Sunday school class and seek to support them in their marriages and in parenting skills. They have been married for almost thirty years and have two children and twi grandchildren.
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