The Book of Acts tells a story that is familiar to us making disciples amid difficult social, cultural and political environments. But Acts also tells stories that are new to some of us creative and innovative forms of church and leadership, successfully adapting to these different circumstances and seeing the church growing in dramatic ways. After almost 2000 years of Christian history, we don t get to start again, but we are called to write our next chapter in the story of following Jesus making disciples.

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Leigh Rice
“Following the Spirit” looks at the book of Acts through 21st-century eyes. The Roman world of the first century was as hostile to the Christian message as the world is today. Peter Roennfeldt highlights the simple reproducible processes that new testament believers used to make disciples and plant churches–a movement that exploded across the Roman world. He points us to a promising future for a Christian movement in a hostile world.
Leigh RiceDiscipleship Team Leader
Michael Frost
Peter is an absolute legend in the Australian church planting scene, having launched multiple congregations across our continent and in Europe. This book is part commentary on the Book of Acts and part mission/discipleship field manual. Weighty and insightful.
Michael FrostMorling College, Sydney
Alina and Martin van Rensburg
“Following the Spirit” is practical and simple, yet transformational. At this critical time, it breathes life into our understanding of what it means to “be the church” and is a compelling call to be a disciple-making movement of Jesus Christ. We have been personally inspired, blessed and challenged by Peter’s Spirit-driven and down-to-earth teaching
Alina and Martin van RensburgMultiplying young adult missional leaders, Queensland