My first book, Following the Lamb: The Theme of Discipleship in the Book of Revelation, was recently published by Wipf & Stock. Here is the book’s synopsis:

Jesus’ parting words to his followers were for them to “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations” (Matt 28:19). This being the case, shouldn’t we be concerned with gaining a full understanding of discipleship from the entire New Testament corpus? Many scholars recognize that the theme of discipleship is found throughout the New Testament, even in Revelation with all of its symbolism and bizarre imagery. But how does it do this? The focus of this study, through the use of content analysis methodology, is to demonstration that the theme of discipleship is not only found in the Apocalypse, but is also exceedingly relevant for Christians today. In many parts of the world Jesus’ disciples are facing opposition and persecution for their testimony to Jesus Christ. It would do Christians well to read the book of Revelation once again. As they read it this time through the eyes of the oppressed, the content of the book will prove extremely valuable to aid disciples of Jesus in their efforts to “follow the Lamb wherever he goes” (Rev 14:4), no matter what the cost.

You can download the cover and a sample chapter of Following the Lamb here (Used with Permission of Wipf and Stock Publishers). If you’re interested in purchasing a copy, you can go to Wipf & Stock or Amazon.

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Sunday School & Small Group Literature

I’ve also written several Sunday School lessons for One Accord Resources. You can download a sample here.


Here’s a copy of an interview I did several years ago for a denominational magazine, IPHC Experience (Apr 2012). It’s about my role as an editor of Sunday school and small group literature, and my take on discipleship. You can download it here.