A Character Study of the Twelve Disciples
God isn’t looking for flawless, stained-glass saints to do His work.
Instead, He chooses and uses ordinary people with ordinary weaknesses to tend His flock, build His church, and advance His kingdom.
That’s how Jesus worked. He took a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and a fiery political zealot and molded them into a force that changed the world. He was—and is—the master at turning weaknesses into strengths and producing greatness from people whose only asset is their utter uselessness.
It’s from Christ’s example of careful, hands-on training of His original twelve disciples that John MacArthur draws principles for today’s disciple—you. The Master’s Men puts you inside Christ’s inner circle of friends, showing you how He makes disciples great—and what makes for a great discipler.