Joining Others in Spiritual Journey
A Comprehensive Guide
by Keith Davy
Is it possible for God to use you to help others come to Christ? Absolutely! The CoJourners Field Guide
will provide you the principles and practices needed to enter into the spiritual journeys of others and help them come to Christ.
For those familiar with CoJourners
, this is the long-awaited comprehensive Field Guide
—Book, Devotional, Journal, Workshop, and Workbook all-in-one. This is Cru’s new, comprehensive resource for teaching and training in personal evangelism—something every student in our ministry should experience.
Few in the body of Christ have Keith Davy’s expertise in biblical witness and conversational evangelism and several decades of research and development have gone into the creation of CoJourners. Distilled into this simple, biblical, and intuitive approach to is the entire organization’s accumulated, practical experience in conversational evangelism. This is what we do, and CoJourners is how we do it.
The central insight of CoJourners
is understanding the roles (Explorer, Guide, Builder, and Mentor) we play in relating to others in their spiritual journeys. Assuming a role, we intuit what’s most appropriate and that changes out-reach entirely.
is life-changing, re-orienting life around Jesus and his mission to seek and save the loss. For those engaged in discipleship, CoJourners
takes on the weight of teaching, training, and equipping others in ministry.
Everyone is on a spiritual journey.
God is already at work.
He wants to use you.
Book with Devotional Journal and Workbook
Hard Cover, Steel Ring Binding, 7 x 5.75
Author: KEITH DAVY. As Executive Director of Research and Development for Cru, Keith has helped spearhead innovation for more effective ministry in today’s rapidly changing cultural landscape. Having earned his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Magna Cum Laude), Keith has taught evangelism on both the collegiate and seminary level, been a frequent retreat and conference speaker, as well as a writer and an elder in his local church.