Do you simply believe and do ‘the church thing’ or are you passionately pursuing what it means to be a fully committed disciple of Christ? Pastor Dennis Rouse takes us on a journey to discover the answer in his new book, 10.
Learn what it takes to move from a believer to a disciple. * * * Not only are individuals learning from 10 to move from just believing to becoming a disciple.
10 is also written with small groups in mind and is perfect for leading a church community to a deeper place of discipleship. Each chapter features questions with a group discussion in mind.
I’ve known Dennis for over 25 years and watched him lead one of the more unique churches in America with over 140 different nationalities. This book, 10, defines the key that unlocks the power of the church to impact the world by moving people from believers to disciples! –John Maxwell, The John Maxwell Co.
The Bible talks a lot about being a disciple of Jesus, but how does that apply to us today? In this book, Dennis Rouse breaks it down into simple terms and explains what it really means to be a disciple. I have been friends with Dennis and his wife, Colleen, for many years, and I know what he has to say about discipleship will transform your life. If you’re a believer looking to take your relationship with the Lord to a new level, this book is for you! –Robert Morris, Founding Senior Pastor of Gateway Church
Dennis Rouse is one of the leading pastors in America and has built a dynamic church full of passionate disciples. This books spells out the practical steps of how average believers can become world-changing followers of Jesus. This passion is what’s missing in much of the church today. I believe every Christian should read this book, and all pastors should use these principles to teach their members to be true disciples of Jesus. –Jimmy Evans, Author of Marriage on the Rock and The Right One, Founder of Marriage Today
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dennis Rouse is the lead and founding pastor of Victory World Church – one of the nation’s largest multicultural churches with more than 16,000 members representing over 140 nations. Victory began in 1990 with a vision God gave Dennis and his wife Colleen to build a church established on the last words of Jesus in Acts 1:8: build strong families, transform the community, reconcile cultures, and impact the world through missions.
As the church began to grow, it became apparent that in order to accomplish this vision, the focus had to shift from making believers to making disciples. The emphasis then changed from growing a larger church to growing a stronger church. God used the message of this book, 10, to transform individuals, small groups, and the entire church.
Pastor Dennis is a nationally and internationally sought-after teacher on leadership, discipleship and how to build a racially reconciled church. He and his wife Colleen have been married since 1983. They have a daughter, Lauren and a son-in-law, Josiah Carlson.