Tag Archives: Disciple-making

Make, Mature, and Multiply

With our Missions Emphasis Sunday approaching this weekend, hear the concluding words of Andreas Kostenberger and Peter O’Brien’s, Salvation to the Ends of the Earth. They said: This mission of God’s people within the world is to be understood with…an … Continue reading

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Discipleship and Loving the Church

In continuation of the theme of recent posts on loving the church, today I want us to be reminded that love fuels discipleship. Discipleship, or helping one another follow Jesus, takes time and requires sacrifice. If we are going to … Continue reading

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Love the Church

In last week’s post, I emphasized the importance of loving the church, our brothers and sisters in Christ. This week I want to drill down a little further into what that looks like. Practicing hospitality is one way we tangibly … Continue reading

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Discipleship and the Long View

Discipleship can be difficult in an age that is not only results-driven, but craves instant results. In general, we are a people who are obsessed with convenience and efficiency. Therefore, when it comes to discipleship we have to take the … Continue reading

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