Robby Gallaty



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Growing Up: How to Be a Dis...

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The Forgotten Jesus: How We...

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Rediscovering Discipleship:...

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Foundations: A 260-Day Bibl...

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Bearing Fruit: What Happens...

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Here and Now: Thriving in t...

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Firmly Planted: How to Cult...

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“It is this personal knowledge that is the basis of discipleship, and it involves more than reading the Bible, memorizing Scripture, and praying. It is intimately walking in communion with the Father through living, loving, and spending time with God.”
Robby Gallaty, Growing Up: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples

“When the church becomes an end in itself, it ends. When Sunday school, as great as it is, becomes an end in itself, it ends. When small groups ministry becomes an end in itself, it ends. When the worship service becomes an end in itself, it ends. What we need is for discipleship to become the goal, and then the process never ends. The process is fluid. It is moving. It is active. It is a living thing. It must continue to go on. Every disciple must make disciples.”
Robby Gallaty, Growing Up: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples

“Instead of abolishing or destroying the Old Testament scriptures or setting them aside, Jesus says that he has come to "fulfill" them. This means he has come to properly establish, correctly interpret, and complete their intended purpose.”
Robby Gallaty, The Forgotten Jesus: How Western Christians Should Follow an Eastern Rabbi



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