The Bible tells the story of God's pursuit, liberation, and recruitment of human beings as agents of blessing for the world. God calls people throughout Scripture, launching them as announcers and change agents to bring salvation to the ends of the earth. This volume of Guerrilla Bible Studies: God's Radical Recruiting, follows Volume 1, Surprising Encounters with God— the second in a series of four sequels to Guerrilla Gospel: Reading the Bible for Liberation in the Power of the Spirit. In this collection you will find practical guidelines for facilitating liberating Bible studies, including a new sample study on Jephthah's call in Judges 11. These thirteen Bible studies have been tried-and-tested in jails, rural communities in the Global South, frontline North American and European missional settings and in graduate-level theology schools. Each study focuses on God's recruitment of individuals to join in a movement of liberation, offering facilitators questions and suggestions for guiding the study, explanations and background information about the text, and invitations and calls to action for the participants.