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One to One Bible Reading by David Helm
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One to One Bible Reading (edition 2010)

by David Helm (Author)

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Title:One to One Bible Reading
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So immediately accessible and applicable. Simple and practical writing style. Short read of the content. Second half of the book is reference material to utilize in application. ( )
  DoctorPhillip | Aug 31, 2019 |
All Christians should be dedicated to making disciples of Christ. The problem is that so many Christians don't know where to start. In this book, David Helm gives a great first step: meet with others to read through the Bible. Helm does an excellent job of filling the pages with practical advice and anticipating readers' questions, such as the how and when questions. I would highly recommend this resource for any Christian who wants to live the life of a discipler, but doesn't know where to begin. ( )
  codyacunningham | May 9, 2016 |
This book is concise and to the point. The goal of this book is to give you fair motivation and the tools that you need to do "vine work". There is no talk about programs and structures in this book. Its plain and simple one-to-one bible reading discipleship.

The person across the table? Non Christians (Evangelism), New Christians (Discipleship) and established Christians (Growing Leaders).
Two Methods of Bible reading - Swedish (simple) and COMA (a bit more involved). Both are excellent methods and David gives some examples of how to use them.

This book is a super fast read. I would encourage you to pace yourself and let the material sink in, especially in the first part of the book. The second part of the book is your reference for the rest of your life on one-to-one bible reading. This one is going into the reference section of my library.

Read this book. Think carefully through the simple reasons why we need to be doing one-to-one bible reading. Go forth. Do it! ( )
  AnilLevi | Mar 4, 2015 |
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