Gaining traction on life’s journey with Jesus.
Aimed at evangelical Christians of either the charistmatic or conservative spectrum, this book is arguably one of the most important titles on discipleship to be published for 2018 and beyond. Brilliantly written with strong content, this book is a must-read for anyone serious about nurturing a church culture of intentional congregational growth into spiritual maturity. It’s profoundly inspiring, born of real experience, with real people, with real problems, in real church environments. An especially inspirational resource for Christian leaders at all levels of church life, providing detailed advice on how to mentor effectively.
“I love the idea of ‘Holy Grit!’ His book is a radical call to go beyond the superficial and the simple, to press in ‘to know Him and the power of His resurrection.’ I was challenged, motivated and inspired… It is a much-needed book.”
–Jennifer Rees Larcombe
Author and Founder of the Beauty From Ashes Trust.
“People often talk about discipleship but James has gone further. Not only has he lived out his life as a disciple but he has delved deep into what discipleship looks like in the 21st Century, as he has helped others become followers of Jesus. Holy Grit unpacks discipleship with a biblical bedrock and a wealth of wisdom, experience and passion. James is raw and honest and his writing is enriched with real life stories from young people he has worked with at regen Church. I invite you to read this book, to be challenged in your own walk with God and better equipped to join Jesus in making disciples.”
Director of Share Jesus International
“This book is a must-read for anyone interested in discipleship. Filled with true-life stories of ordinary people who have transitioned into making the extraordinary commitment of following Jesus above everything else, it has brilliant wisdom on how mentoring can be used by God to transform lives. James Poch has lived this out for years, and you can now learn from that experience on what topics you should focus on to mentor new believers into mature Christians.”
Co-founder and Co-director of One Rock