The first book ever written by G. Morgan Campbell, Discipleship is a resource not aimed towards theologians, but instead penned with the intention of encouraging anyone in pursuit of furthering a relationship with Jesus Christ. Defining “disciples” as all “who gather around the Teacher and are trained by Him,” Campbell goes on to dissect the biblical origins and implications of the word. Immensely practical, this book covers the question of how to be a disciple of Christ in all circumstances—when at home, work, in relationship with those around oneself, in good times, and in the less than ideal circumstances that life brings us all.
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G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), was a contemporary of Rodney “Gipsy” Smith, preached his first sermon at age 13. He was the pastor of Westminster Chapel in London from 1904-1919 and then from 1933-1943, pausing for a brief period between those timeframes to work at Biola in Los Angeles. In 1939, he began to mentor Martyn Lloyd-Jones, who would eventually become his successor. Morgan’s essay entitled The Purposes of the Incarnation are included in a collection called The Fundamentals—a set of 90 essays that is widely considered to be the foundation of the modern Fundamentalist movement.