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  1. D. Smith says:
    Hey there,

    I was wondering if you are currently accepting any guest post? If so I’d like to run some article ideas by you before writing them.

    Thank you,
    D. Smith

    1. Jeff says:
      I usually don’t.
  2. Jeff,

    I found your blog because of your review of Radical. I have a new book coming out in November about discipleship.

    My name is Robby Gallaty and the title of my book is: Growing Up: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples. After surrendering my life to Christ in 2002, I was presented with the opportunity to be discipled by David Platt. He describes our time together in the Foreword of the book. Here’s an excerpt:

    So what do you do when a 6’6” 290-pound thieving drug-dealing pill addict trained in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is standing next to you on a Sunday morning in a church gathering? My thought is that you become that guy’s friend as soon as possible! So one Sunday, years ago, I had the God-ordained, God-orchestrated privilege of meeting Robby Gallaty.
    Simply put, the Lord’s hand on this brother was evident from the moment I met him. Robby had just become a follower of Christ, and his zeal for Christ was not just clear; it was contagious. Before long, I had the privilege of baptizing him, which is quite a story in and of itself (just imagine this 6’6” 290-pound man slipping on his way down into the baptistery and falling straight toward you, causing water to splash over onto the choir like a wave pool out of control). Every week, Robby and I would meet for Chinese food over lunch. We would walk together through God’s Word and pray together for one another. I can still remember sitting over General Tso’s chicken watching Robby write down every single truth I shared with him on the napkins at Mr. Wang’s. Then he would take that truth and not only apply it in his life, but also teach it in others’ lives. I visibly watched this brother soak in the gospel as he spread the gospel on a weekly basis.

    You can learn more about my book at or visit Amazon:

    Many people have graciously endorsed the book already: Kay Arthur, Robert Coleman, Jerry Vines, Eric Geiger, Ed Stetzer, Tim Brister, John Ankerberg, J.D. Greear, Bill Hull, Greg Ogden, Johnny Hunt, Larry Osborne, Derwin Gray, Chris Adsit, Russell Moore, Danny Akin, Sam Rainer, Bobby Harrington, Tony Merida, and Clayton King.
    I can provide it to you as a digital file immediately. If you would like a paperback copy after reading it, I will be happy to mail you one as soon as I receive the printed copies.
    Of course, I understand that you are under zero obligation to review my book, and if you do review it, you can leave a good or a bad review. I am simply asking for you to prayerfully consider it. Thank you in advance. I look forward to your response.

  3. journeyguy says:
    Tell you what, Robby. I’ll do it for a reciprocal review of Super Center Savior. You up for that?

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