Tag Archive: discipleship

How & Why To Sacrificially Serve, Give & Witness…

The LORD calls & saves & makes new & transforms His people to grow closer to the LORD (knowing Him), grow closer to other Christians (fellowship/discipleship), grow in sharing the Gospel with non-Christians… Continue reading

Biblical Parenting 5…

As I previously wrote in this series (please click HERE for post 1, HERE for post 2, HERE for post 3, HERE for post 4), Christian parenting doesn’t mean we should beat and hammer our children like a… Continue reading

Commitment To A Local Church 3 (Speaking The Truth In Love)

We continue in digging into the Bible to understand the importance of a commitment to a particular local church over a long period of time. We began last Sunday in Ephesians4&will continue there… Continue reading

Commitment To A Local Church 2

Without realizing it, many view a local church like an oasis on the highway on a road trip: many will stop there on a journey to get what they need to continue the… Continue reading

Biblical Parenting 1…

Reading a book recently by a man who stated, upon reflecting back on his childhood, that he was glad that his parents never “forced religion/dogma down his throat.” The man continued by defining… Continue reading

True-ing Gum II: More Truth To Chew On Everyday…

366 Daily Thoughts To Soak In This Year   Compiled October 2nd, 2013—September 2nd, 2014   Dearest Readers~ Some loathe the practice of taking quotes from outside of the Bible and including them… Continue reading

Practical Ways To Introduce Others To Jesus…

So What Does This Look Like For Me? Jesus’ Great Commission (please click HERE) is not just “telling people about Jesus” (though it is that); it’s not just trying to convince people to… Continue reading

What God Has Been Teaching Me Lately XVII…

Greetings My Friends~ As a humble pilgrim following Jesus through the rainforests and deserts of this earthly life, I would like to humbly share some of what God has been bubbling up in… Continue reading

Sometimes God…

-gently embraces us as a parent does a feverish child -firmly strikes us as a parent does to the back of a choking toddler -painstakingly spoon-feeds us as a parent does a helpless… Continue reading

100 Months: The Peaks And Valleys Of Being A Pastor…

For nearly the last ten years, the LORD Almighty has blessed me to be a pastor– an announcer, apologizer, counselor, empathizer, encourager, forgiver, giver, learn-er, listen-er, mediator, pray-er, preach-er, protector, pursuer, receiver, remind-er,… Continue reading