Christopher Wright on Confronting Idols and Making Disciples

Christopher J.H. Wright is the author of two significant recent works related to mission, namely The Mission of God and The Mission of God’s People.  Last November, he sat down with Bill Kinnon and crew to discuss his plenary address from Lausanne Congress in Cape Town, South Africa.  In the excerpt below, Wright explains how confronting idols is crucial to the mission and how making disciples is ground zero. Check it out.

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2 Comments on “Christopher Wright on Confronting Idols and Making Disciples”


  1. I really like the point Wright makes about the difference between training leaders and making disciples.


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