Tag Archives: Being Disciples

The Church Scattered

Near the end of their recently published book, Nick Roark and Robert Cline, offer a nice compressed statement of what the mission of the church is as it scatters each week. It would be worth reading below and unpacking the … Continue reading

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Diligent Remembrance

We often, at Redeemer, speak of the need for us all to continually preach the gospel to ourselves. John Stott told of how John Newton, the author of Amazing Grace, constantly kept the Good News before himself. Stott wrote: He … Continue reading

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The “Two Journeys”

The Elders have been reading through Andrew Davis’ book, Revitalize. In the final chapter, Davis talks about the importance of being committed to what he calls the “two journeys.” When referring to the two journeys Davis is emphasizing a robust … Continue reading

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Discipleship Reading

Recently, Mark Dever suggested five short books to read with a new believer for the purpose of discipleship. He later added two more for a total of 7 or 8 (yes, I’m terrible at math, but it should make sense … Continue reading

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Loving Your Neighbor (Family)

From the start at Redeemer you have heard me talk about being disciples and making disciples; there is a difference and both are vital. Making disciples is the primary task of the church. This is the work of evangelism and … Continue reading

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