Following Jesus is primarily about being and making disciples, but what is the goal of this process and why do so many resist it?
When it comes to making disciples we have a role to play as leaders to inspire people on their discipleship journey. How can we do this?
For many people the term ‘church’ carries a lot of cultural baggage but how are we to understand the original meaning of the term as used in the bible?
When we fail to communicate the gospel clearly to our secular world we risk good news becoming irrelevant news.
I recently finished reading “The Other Half of Church” by Jim Wilder & Michel Hendricks. I’m on a journey to discover what works for discipleship in our culture and I think this book is part of that puzzle.
How are we to understand the times we live in and how can we be a people who encourage connection in a disconnected world?