Warrick Farah, ed., Motus Dei: The Movement of God to Disciple the Nations


  • Dasan Jeyaraj Several Indian Seminaries


This compiled volume has five parts and 22 chapters. It is a compendium that investigates and documents how God is using movements to advance Christ’s kingdom across the world. The writers acknowledge being part of a “learning community” (22) and that there continue to exist some “tensions and contradictions” (25) in their perspectives. / This useful volume presents research findings on several movements of God in the last 30 years. It covers 1,400 movements that have led to the formation of 80 million disciples, primarily among unreached people groups (UPGs) in Asia, Africa, and the African diaspora in Europe. These disciples constitute one percent of the global population of 7.8 billion.

Author Biography

Dasan Jeyaraj, Several Indian Seminaries

Prof of Missions; part of the church planting movement with the Presbyterian denomination