Discipleship: The Process
Aug 7 8:13 AM

Discipleship: The Process

Aug 7 8:13 AM
Aug 7 8:13 AM

 “Discipleship is the process of becoming who Jesus would be if he were you.” Dallas Willard

I’m so far from who Jesus wants me to be right now. I’ve learned a mustard seed of what He would like me to know. However, it is exciting to look back and to see how God has brought me to this place.

 It all started in a small Baptist church...

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The Long Walk to a Great View
Aug 4 9:00 AM

The Long Walk to a Great View

Aug 4 9:00 AM
Aug 4 9:00 AM

When you think of Jesus’ twelve disciples, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? How would you describe them? My answer to this, in simple terms, is twofold: Post-Ascension/Pentecost, mighty men of God. Pre-Ascension/Pentecost… well, let’s just say they remind me a lot of myself as a teenager.

Having grown up in the church, a lot of wonderful people poured into me as my life in Christ developed. However, up until a certain point in my teens, there was a disconnect...

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Jul 31 8:02 AM

Discipleship: Sami and Abbie’s Story

Jul 31 8:02 AM
Jul 31 8:02 AM

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Discipling Changes Hearts and Lives (Part Two)
Jul 28 10:39 PM

Discipling Changes Hearts and Lives (Part Two)

Jul 28 10:39 PM
Jul 28 10:39 PM

There were several men who poured into me spiritually during my high school and early college years. Without these men, my walk wouldn’t be what it is today. Some of them were organized discipleship relationships and some of them were impromptu, just spending time with men who were willing to share their time and wisdom with me.

Sometimes discipleship looks like a consistently scheduled cup of coffee, other times it looks like periodic hikes with a friend that you didn’t even realize was discipling you. The consistent thing I’ve found in discipleship relationships is that in every one of them...

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Discipling Changes Hearts and Lives
Jul 27 5:27 PM

Discipling Changes Hearts and Lives

Jul 27 5:27 PM
Jul 27 5:27 PM

The youth ministry is putting a HUGE emphasis on discipleship again this year. Over the next couple of weeks, we will be sharing examples of the impact that discipleship can have on a student’s life.

For me, discipleship took on many different roles through my teenage years. The main person who discipled me was my Grandpa. As he and my Grandma raised me, God used them both to help lead me to Christ. But God used my Grandpa specifically...

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