Global discipleship for a changing world
  • Be a part of the Autumn Prayer Campaign

    Since 2017 all the bishops of the Church of North India (CNI) have been impressed with the model of discipleship training that Faith2Share uses.... Read More >>>

  • Prayer Campaign Introduction for the Church of North India Consultation

    Look out for the Faith2Share Prayer Campaign in the coming days supporting our consultation with the Church of North India. More soon! Read More >>>

  • Successful Discipleship Consultation in Rwanda

    Following a successful Whole-Life Discipleship consultation held within the Diocese of Byumba, Rwanda in February 2018 and the impact... Read More >>>

  • To Go Fast... Go Alone, But To Go Far... Go Together

    At the risk of stating the obvious, The idea of ‘building something up’ is not just a spiritual one. It can also be very practical. We notice... Read More >>>

Resources for Discipleship and Disciple-Making

Discipleship resources


  1. Whole-life Discipleship - Faith2Share consultation handbook
  2. Discipulado de vide entera - Manual de Faith2Share para la jornada
  3. Discipulado da vida inteira - Um manual para aqueles que executam cosultas de treinamento
  4. Discipolat de Vie - Mener des Vies Faconnees par Jesus
  5. Whole-life Discipleship handbook (Hindi version)
  6. Discipleship in East Asia - resource from OMF
  7. Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making (English version)
  8. Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-making (Spanish version)
  9. How 'Honour & Shame' helps us focus on discipleship rather than conversion (Jackson Wu)
  10. Mission Spirituality and Authentic Discipleship - Regnum Series Book
  11. Truth and Community Transformation - published by the Food for the Hungry International
  12. The Forest in the Seed - by Scott Allen and Darrow Miller
  13. Against all Hope: Hope for Africa by Darrow Miller
  14. LifeWork: Biblical Theology of Vocation by Darrow Miller
  15. Footings for Children by Dwight Vogt and Karen Jacobsen
  16. Parting the Waters: Life, Death and Liminality