Steve Chalke

Apprentice: Walking the Way of Christ

  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • ISBN: 9780310291541

Through story, parable and thoughtful commentary, Chalke calls us into a deep experience of learning and relationship with Jesus. We discover the richness of apprenticing ourselves to the master teacher in ten crucial areas of life.

  • Exclusively for blind and partially sighted people


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“When you hear Steve speak and see the kind of work Steve’s involved in. You can’t help but begin to think that the tomb may, in fact, be empty.”


Author of Jesus Wants to Save Christians

“apprentice is a story-filled and helpful roadmap for the journey toward God.”


Pastor and Author, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church


Ancient rabbis taught on the move. So life, for every rabbi’s students or apprentices, was literally a journey of learning. With a rabbi, the whole of life became a risk taking, active experience. A rabbi’s apprentice had one simple goal: to imitate him.

Apprentices trusted their rabbi completely, working passionately to incorporate his actions and attitudes, as well as his words, into their lives. An apprentice’s deepest desire was to follow their rabbi so closely that they would start to think and respond to life just like him.

In a book filled with honesty, heart and creativity, Chalke explores what it means to be a 21st century apprentice to the master rabbi, Jesus.

apprentice encourages us to ask our most probing questions, to embrace our greatest doubts and live courageously. Through a mix of captivating parables and thoughtful commentary, bestselling author Steve Chalke calls us into a deep experience of learning and relationship with Christ.

STEVE CHALKE is the founder of Oasis Global, the Faithworks Movement, Stop the Traffik, and the Network. He is also the UN Special Advisor on Community Action Against People Trafficking. In 2004, he was awarded an MBE by the Queen for his work in social inclusion.

JOANNA WYLD began her career writing about music for CD liner notes and concert programmes. She studied at Oxford, where she was listed as one of the Women of Distinction in 25 years of women at New College, and lives in London with her daughter, Eva.

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