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I essentially told my mentor (Curtis Sergeant), “You don’t know what your talking about. This is working!” I was making his good thing “better.”
The story of Jesus calming the storm is an amazing example of Jesus’s sovereign power over the troubles of our world. But that isn’t really the point of the story.
After being trained by Curtis Sergeant I went home to Tampa and started 63 groups in just a few months and trained others to produce as well. We had hundreds of groups within two years. That was my single biggest mistake.
Focusing on our speed and productivity can be rewarding, but it can also be misleading. A recent ride on my road bike (re)taught me an important lesson.
Westerners (Americans in particular) don’t take to the idea of surrender very well. In most areas of life this is an admirable trait, but how does it look like in the life of a follower or Jesus?
Since being captivated by Jesus’ prayer in John 17, I have learned 7 things about making disciple-making disciples.
The coronavirus has massively disrupted our lives, but it has also presented the church with an immense opportunity. How will we respond?
Three months ago, “corona” meant either an astronomical phenomenon or an alcoholic beverage. Not anymore.
If you’re like most Christians in the West, you probably think of “witness” as a verb. But what if that were only half the story?
One of the first questions I typically hear from people who are taking the first step toward discipling others is, “So, who should I invite to my discipleship group?” It’s a question that tells us a lot about how we view discipleship in the U.S.