Many will know Stuart Robinson as a significant leader within the Aussie Church. He and his wife Margaret broke new ground as a pioneer missionary of contextualisation in South Asia. This work planted the seeds of a movement which was to grow to tens of thousands. After that he went on to be the pastor of what was to become Australia’s largest Baptist Church. He is a voice well worth listening to. Now having ‘retired’, he has a global ministry. In this season he travels extensively into many nations. Making disciples and multiplying gospel movements amongst unreached people groups is what he lives for.
This is the first of a series of three podcasts with Stuart. In this post we jump into his story of becoming a disciple. The early days. We learn that discipleship is not simply about knowledge but is relational. Making disciples is about prayer and the word, fellowship and mission. It rolls on the wheel of obedience. You will learn that discipleship is caught and not taught. Join us as we follow the journey of transformation. Of how God can take a kid from a poor Aussie family and transform his life through discipleship.
Stuart’s numerous books and resources can be found at this website drstuartrobinson.com