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More Disciples, by Team Expansion President, Doug Lucas

As a follower of Jesus, what’s the one thing you can take with you from this life to the next? The answer: More Disciples. More Disciples is a practical, how-to guidebook that lays out a clear path for learning and implementing church-planting movement (CPM) and disciple-making movement (DMM) strategies and life principles. The book contains in printed form most all of the tools and concepts frequently included in Team Expansion’s regular training on how to make and multiply disciples.  In addition, readers can go deeper at a companion website,

What Noted Authors and DMM Specialists are Saying

Author and researcher, David Garrison, wrote, “More Disciples addresses head on the fundamental question: What’s it going to take to bring the world to faith and discipleship in Jesus Christ? More Disciples takes the centuries-old-challenge and, through the grace of God, places it within our grasp.”

DMM specialist, David Watson, added, “More Disciples is a book well done being published at a critical moment for the church and those who wish to see all nations as brothers in Christ. There are several major take-aways that will touch every audience. We love the link that More Disciples makes between disciple-making movements and churches. The book addresses one of the weaknesses in disciple-making movements by supplying curricula that is culturally adaptive and ready for those who are interested.”

Author Jerry Trousdale went on to say that, “More Disciples is truly an excellent resource for people wanting to get started, or get better at, catalyzing multiplying disciples. But it will also be a very useful reference resource for CPM/DMM veterans.”

You can order the printed paperback with 250 pages or the Kindle edition on Amazon:

All profits for More Disciples will go towards supporting additional translations of the Zume Project.


Serving Well, By Team Expansion Missionaries, Elizabeth & Jonathan Trotter

“Take two books with you to the mission field: the Bible, and Serving Well.”
–Mark R. Avers, Barnabas International

Are you dreaming of working abroad? Imagining serving God in another land? Or are you already on the field, unsure about what to do next or how to manage the stresses of cross-cultural life? Or perhaps you’ve been on the field a while now, and you’re weary, maybe so weary that you wonder how much longer you can keep going.

If any of these situations describes you, there is hope inside this book. You’ll find steps you can take to prepare for the field, as well as ways to find strength and renewal if you’re already there. From the beginning to the end of the cross-cultural journey, Serving Well has something for you.

About the Authors

Elizabeth Trotter is the editor-in-chief for the missions website A Life Overseas. She writes regularly at and and is the author of Hats: Reflections on Life as a Wife, Mother, Homeschool Teacher, Missionary, and More.

Jonathan Trotter spends his days providing pastoral counseling at a local counseling center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He also serves as one of the pastors at an international church. In addition to writing regularly for A Life Overseas, he has written for the IMB (International Mission Board), Velvet Ashes, The Huffington Post, and The Gottman Institute.

Jonathan and Elizabeth have lived in Southeast Asia since 2012. Before that they worked in local churches in the United States for ten years.

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