I am really enjoying the feedback and conversation from these book recommendations. So, at the risk of beating a dead horse, I thought I would try another one.

What one book on discipleship would you recommend? Again, there are a few different ways you could go with this, but I will leave that up to you.

This is the hardest question for me to answer yet. So, with the caveat that my answer may change as I think about this more throughout the day, I am going to say the one book I would recommend on discipleship would be The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard. It is not a fast read, but I remember it being profound. It is one of those rare books I want to read again. Willard really lifted up the depth of what discipleship truly is meant to look like, instead of what we so often settle for.

Ok, your turn.

Edit: I forgot to add links to the previous “If You Could Only Read One Book…” posts, If You Could Only Read One Book on Emergent… and If You Could Only Read One Book on Methodism…