Jesus told his followers, “Go and make disciples of every nation,” but a lot of us stop before we start―because we feel like we don’t have what it takes. But Jesus didn’t ask spiritual superstars to make disciples. He invited ordinary people into the adventure of following Him.
Jessie Cruickshank learned how to be a disciple-maker in the wilderness. When she connected her outdoor adventure ministry training with her Harvard neuroeducation degree, God showed her a pathway for ordinary disciples of Jesus to experience profound spiritual growth.
You can help someone choose to go somewhere they have never gone before and be brave enough to choose to change.
You can model a new way of living.
And you can share your own hard-fought wisdom on the journey of faith. In her book Ordinary Discipleship,
Jessie Cruickshank helps you navigate the terrain, be inspired by the vast sky, and move toward the hope to which you are called. With Joseph Campbell’s iconic hero’s journey framework as a guide, you’ll discover how a spirit of adventure, brain science, and passionate faith can equip you for the greatest adventure of all.
About Jessie Cruickshank:
Jessie Cruickshank holds a Master’s from Harvard in Mind, Brain, and Education. She is an ordained minister and a nationally recognized expert in disciple-making and the neuroscience of transformation. She has spent two decades applying neuroeducation research to discipleship, ministry training, experiential learning, and organizational development. Jessie is respected globally as a missiological thought leader and as a church and denominational consultant. She is the founder of Whoology, the co-founder of 5Q, and currently serves as a Movement Leader with V3. Jessie lives and adventures with her family in Colorado. For more information, visit OrdinaryDiscipleship.com.