"I am concerned," writes David Platt, "about a general vagueness that has existed in contemporary Christianity regarding the next step..."
We have seen that God blesses us so that his glory might be made known in all nations. But an all-important question remains. How do we make God's glory known in all nations? If God has given us his grace so that we might take his gospel to the ends of the earth, then how do we do that? (Radical, 87)
Platt goes on to cast a vision for disciplemaking in the local church — a vision that is further developed by David Mathis in the appendix of Finish the Mission(Crossway, 2012). Mathis calls disciplemaking "blue-collar Christianity."
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