You were created in the image of God with incredible meaning and purpose. That purpose is intensely relational, intertwined in your relationship with God influencing your relationships with people. Being and making disciples is all about our love for God and people. Let's get on with it! Let's engage in the process of discpleship!
How deep is your faith? Is it deep enough to reconcile your pain and confusion with the truth about the character and nature of God? Is God your best friend, or just an acquaintance?
To engage in the process of discipleship, one must first disengage from the hindrances and entanglements of lesser life. You engage in what you habitually look at. But fixing our eyes on Jesus, what does that process of engagement in discipleship look like?
What is a disciple of Jesus Christ? Part 2...
What is the difference between a nominal Christian and a phenomenal Christian? You might be surprised with the bottom line, and it just might affect your resolve for the new year!
God's eternal blessing in real time often produces a temporal burden. Such was the case for Joseph and Mary. How did they live the blessing amidst the burden of a cruel world? And how can you and I do the same?
What is a disciple anyway? Is there a definition that will both form us and inform us as to how we are living, and what we are trying to make as a church?
Romans 5:5 "...God has poured out His love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit." This is the hope of discipleship!
We can be thankful for a God who will go to extreme lengths to extend His grace to us, and through us!
Why would anyone rejoice in suffering? Well, suffering produces perseverance, producing character, producing hope. And hope is a really good thing!