Beginning, not the End


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 12, 2016 “The good news of the gospel is not merely about the commuting of an eternal sentence but about the commencing of an eternal relationship.” Our acceptance of Jesus is not the end…but the beginning!  We have an intimate and personal walk with Jesus.  And we have our public and outward … Continue reading Beginning, not the End

The Call to Discipleship


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 14, 2016 We spend much focus on the point of conversion, with little thought on the thereafter. It’s like a bride and groom that plan out a wonderful wedding but haven’t considered what life together will truly look like. I believe that we are selling the gospel short, and we are practicing … Continue reading The Call to Discipleship

Join the Masses


 Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!    January 27, 2016 “Disciples cannot be mass produced but are the product of intimate and personal investment.” If God had intended us to reproduce discipled by following a specific program, or spending a certain amount of money, or by memorizing certain biblical passages and scriptures, He would have told us.  But He did … Continue reading Join the Masses

The Discipleship Program


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 14, 2016 “Discipleship is discipline. It’s tough to learn discipline on your own. You’re much more likely to learn it with the support of a group and a clear, measurable plan. Eventually you can remove some of the program scaffolding as you internalize the disciplines. Yet the brutal truth is that around … Continue reading The Discipleship Program

3 Keys to Discipleship


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     January 25, 2016 “The 3 keys to biblical Christian discipleship: an intentional leader+relational environment+reproducible process=infinite number of disciples of Jesus” Ever wonder why pyramid schemes never quite seem to work? Its not because they don’t pan out on paper, its actually because either the leader stops interacting with the student, the student feels … Continue reading 3 Keys to Discipleship