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‘Do you want to faithfully follow Jesus? Then sit at the feet of this master disciple–maker to learn the ‘with him’ principle. I was ‘his man’ and because of his example the multiplication of men continues.’ ~ Vince Ward, Teaching Elder, RPCNA and Missionary Director, Every Village
‘Ken Smith raises key points of discipleship that are worth emphasising. The fact that this is written by an experienced pastor who has been able to put these principles into practice makes this book so valuable’ ~ Derek Leaf, National Ministry Leader for the UK Navigators
This short book isn’t an “off the shelf,” quick fix programme of discipleship. Rather, it calls men to a discipleship that is modelled on copying Jesus. Jesus lived, taught and ministered alongside his disciples, taking them “with Him” wherever He went. Kenneth G. Smith, a pastor with many years discipleship experience, challenges us that in order to multiply disciples, we need to first disciple others like Jesus did.
This sort of discipleship isn’t easy, it takes time, openness and commitment; but Kenneth shares how using the “with him” principle has given him more purpose and joy as a pastor. He explains how it’s possible to find godly men to disciple and how you can practically start using the “with him” principle. The book is also packed full of Kenneth’s experiences of seeing men he has discipled then go on to disciple others.
The ‘with him’ principle isn’t new or difficult to understand, but it is something that we don’t implement often enough. It’s a model of discipleship that will stretch and challenge men to a Christian life that demands their all.
Ken Smith began his ministry in the Reformed Presbyterian church of America in 1952. He has ministered in Pittsburgh, Ireland, Cyprus and Syracuse as well as being the denomination’s Director of Christian Education for fourteen years. He is married to Floy, and they have three sons and twelve grandchildren.