Such a great and engaging book that really made me refocus my view and approach toward discipleship This is a great read for those new to the discipleship process and are learning how to be a disciple and a disciple maker in today s culture Planning to re read again for deeper insight. Love GodLove Your Neighbor Jesus Called These The Two Most Important Commandments Of All Time When He Said This, He Was Making Something Clear To His Listeners Then As He Does Now In Life, It All Boils Down To Our Relationships Using The Example Of LEGO , A Company That Has Been Transforming The Way People Play For Than Fifty Years, Joey Bonifacio Shows You How To Make A Difference, One Connection At A Time I finished reading TheLego Principle last week for almost half a year I ve been returning to it, reading parts of a chapter every now and then When I came to the last page, I felt ready to start all over again and order copies for friends and leaders in church.I feel that the message and the purpose of this book is something so important for believers, leaders, churches, small groups to grasp and get a hold of, to understand Not only what discipleship truly is, but the core values, the building blocks to relationship , the things fundamental to our lives as believers and parts of the body of Christ.Bonifacio writes clearly, simply and engaging, but the message is challenging if we stop to consider the consequences it would have on our lives Because I think this is God s hope and dream for his Church here on Earth, that we would actually live the lives He intended us to, the lives he redeemed us to live Christians following Jesus, living in discipleship, loving God and one another, that is how His kingdom can touch and lives in this world God s dream, God s heart for humanity is beyond what we can imagine So let us stop for a while, allow Him to transform our hearts, our lives, our worlds God is able to do immeasurably than all we ask or imagine Eph 3 20. I really, really liked the premise of this book we are to make disciples but often times we think that disciples are those who Christ left behind and are no longer relevant to today s Christian Before you can disciple and make disciples there must be a relationship and relationships must be built on trust and other basics or the relationship will fail and never evolve into a discipleship If you re a mom you need to be making disciples out of your children, if your a pastor then out of your congregants, and so on but some of us are lacking today.Don t pick up this book if you think you ll read it in a day and then go out tomorrow and make disciples This isn t that kind of book it s deep and it takes thought to go through it, make sense of it and put it to work Some of it is common sense but that we let fall to the wayside, some of it is contrary to what today s church teaches and tells us We must go back to the Bible and that is what Joey Bonificio strives to get us to do, using Scripture and quotes from godly theologians he backs up his discourse on making disciples.I really, really liked the premise of this book we are to make disciples but often times we think that disciples are those who Christ left behind and are no longer relevant to today s Christian Before you can disciple and make disciples there must be a relationship and relationships must be built on trust and other basics or the relationship will fail and never evolve into a discipleship If you re a mom you need to be making disciples out of your children, if your a pastor then out of your congregants, and so on but some of us are lacking today Special thanks to Althea for sending me a review copy. the art of discipleship is found in relationship building connecting in relationship with God and others is the key this is the theme of The LEGO Principle For years the church has been consumed with information and not transformation and for the most part the church has not grown in the least Joey Bonifacio simply describes what we ve been doing wrong In a nice, readable book, Bonifacio, through stories, scripture and LEGO analogies, paints a picture of true, Jesus esque discipleship Discipleship is not merely a duty to be performed it is a lifestyle to be lived out a relationship to be nurtured I enjoyed the book and read it rather quickly I underlined a lot and will probably reference this book over and over Make it your mission and purpose to connect with people with full intention of leading them into a relationship with God Evangelism is not a sales pitch, rather an engagement of relationships with non Christians. who said that discipleship is difficult through this book Ps Joe teach us and share his experience the power of relationship to God people.He use the philosophy of The Lego his family favourite game to bring us how the relationship should look like.One of the greatest book I ve ever read in discipleship very inspiring I was really surprised by this book It was given go me by a friend I never heard of the book or the author but really enjoyed it He has some great insights on discipleship and Christianity in general I definitely recommend it. Excellently gathers connecting with each other to how various colors shapes and sizes of actual LEGO pieces connect, regardless of how old or new the pieces are A fantastic read for anyone learning how to connect disciple others You don t have to rush reading this book It took me months to finish this easy, one time, sit down time to complete the Lego Principle It s my perfect cup of tea coffee break time book read, masticated every chapter of this inspirational book It s a GoodRead. The LEGO Principle is one of the best discipleship books I ve ever read Ptr Joey s approach on discipleship in the context of daily life and relationship is both enlightening and refreshing It has expanded my view and deepen my understanding about discipleship Jesus intended.