Follow, Walking in the Dust of the Rabbi – Joseph Gisbey


Joseph Gisbey’s Follow takes a step back in time to remind us of the world in which our faith began and the radical nature of Jesus’ call in it’s original setting.

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Has the Christian faith has lost its way because it has cut itself loose from its Hebrew roots? Faith, love, witness and discipleship the basic tenets of our faith come from a world very foreign to the stoic philosophy developed through the early centuries of Christendom to the Church today. Christianity is actually a desert faith, forged through the fires of experience, relationship and a naturally supernatural walk with the Creator of all things. Just as Jesus walked close to his original disciples and believed that they could be like him, we too are called to walk close to our God and like them to turn our world upside down.

Joseph Gisbey’s Follow steps back in time to the authentic world of Jesus, and demonstrates with a passion that the same adventures we read about in the pages of the book of Acts can be written on the pages of our 21st-Century lives.

About – Joseph Gisbey

Joseph Gisbey is (with his wife Carolina) a founding pastor of Mosaic Community in Bogota, Colombia, and is now assistant leader of Arun Community Church in Littlehampton, West Sussex. He has preached in more than 40 nations in both intimate settings and in front of crowds of 50,000. Joe has a passion to see Jesus’ followers walk in the footsteps of their Rabbi, seeing the world transformed through his love and power.

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