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Archive for the ‘Discipleship’ Category


Suggestions About Discipleship. By Kevin E. Jesmer 7-26-16

Suggestions About Discipleship.  By Kevin E. Jesmer    7-26-16 There was call out in the church for suggestions about discipleship and how to engage in discipleship. These are some of my suggestions. Create an environment of self denial, self sacrifice and picking up our own cross and following Jesus and seeking first God’s kingdom and his […]

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Doing Discipleship and Developing Leaders. Stew @ The Verge Network 6-28-16

Doing Discipleship and Developing Leaders Stew @ The Verge Network  6-28-16 God’s hope for the world is the local church. The local church is His Plan A, and there is no Plan B. God’s agents of implementation are the people of the local church. New believers, volunteers, lay leaders, church staff members, and pastors are […]

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SAYING GOODBYE TO SUNDAY-MORNING-ONLY CHRISTIANITY. Jeff Vanderstelt 4-12-16

SAYING GOODBYE TO SUNDAY-MORNING-ONLY CHRISTIANITY.  Jeff Vanderstelt  4-12-16 Link to original article For far too many Christians, the idea of being part of a church simply means attending a Sunday morning service, maybe a small group, or a sprinkling of special events each year. Is that what God had in mind for his bride, the […]

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How to Ignore Jesus While Accepting Your Christianity. By Seth Mcbee 4-12-15

How to Ignore Jesus While Accepting Your Christianity. By Seth Mcbee 4-12-15 Link to original article Jesus was straightforward with his mission when he left. And he gave us the Spirit to accomplish it. He didn’t mince words; he didn’t hide it in the book of Numbers (knowing most of us wouldn’t dare read that). […]

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WHY DOES THE CHURCH IGNORE JESUS? Seth McBee 4-19-15

WHY DOES THE CHURCH IGNORE JESUS?  Seth McBee  4-19-15 Link to original article    We ignore Jesus because discipling takes a long time and it is very hard to measure. We’ve become a people who care more about measuring things rather than the hearts of Image Bearers.   We have become a church that looks more like […]

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4 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT DISCIPLE MAKING 8-26-15 The Verge Network

4 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT DISCIPLE MAKING  8-26-15 The Verge Network Link to original article  I see a lot of false starts, a lot of frustration and a lot of broken attempts at disciple making. I’ve heard countless reasons for these frustrations and failures. We did a survey of over 5000 missional leaders and here are […]

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STOP JUST GOING TO CHURCH. by Jeff Vanderstelt. Accessed 3-21-15.

STOP JUST GOING TO CHURCH. by Jeff Vanderstelt. Accessed 3-21-15.  Link to original article It all began in a boat on a lake with a few fishing poles. It was there, surrounded by the lazy water, my dad and I would have a key conversation that would change the trajectory of my life. My dad […]

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5 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT THE GREAT COMMISSION. JS Shaw. Verge Network. 1-6-15

5 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT THE GREAT COMMISSION.  JS Shaw. Verge Network.  1-6-15  Link to original article And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son […]

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Being a Christian Doesn’t Always Look Like You Think It Should. Churches need to ditch their religious cookie cutters. By Preston Sprinkle. November 4, 2014

Being a Christian Doesn’t Always Look Like You Think It Should. Churches need to ditch their religious cookie cutters. By Preston Sprinkle.   November 4, 2014 Link to original article Preston Sprinkle is the vice president of Eternity Bible College’s Boise extension. He’s the author of Charis: God’s Scandalous Grace for Us and blogs at Theology in […]

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PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR EXHORTING ONE ANOTHER. Harford. October 2014

PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR EXHORTING ONE ANOTHER. Harford. October 2014  Link to original article Hebrews 3 tells us two things: (1) that we face a real and deadly danger and (2) that God has prescribed a solution: exhortation.   Take care, brothers, lest there be in any of you an evil, unbelieving heart, leading you to […]

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