5 edition of Daring disciples found in the catalog.
1993 by Chapel of the Air Ministries .
Written in English
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How much can you win? Most recently Greg served as executive pastor of discipleship at Christ Church of Oak Brook in the Chicago western suburbs. It is not anyone's goal in life to walk on water. Perhaps they are more patient readers than I am. The only reason Peter failed is because he took a chance, and he was the only one who did. We can't all be like Peter, but we can all move in the direction of being a more daring disciple.
Peter dared to do what the others never dreamed of doing. What did they doubt? Sharp describes shrewd at work in an epic moment in history, its more natural and much broader application is in our everyday encounters, opportunities, and challenges. Transforming Discipleship is a call to action for all church leaders seeking to honor and embody the Great Commission. We risk offending people all the time.
But in a raging storm it would seem to be an act of folly to even attempt it. What separates the one who has mere talent from the one who is remarkable literally is the number of hours of training they put in. Transforming Discipleship is a call to action for all church leaders seeking to honor and embody the Great Commission. The author's convictions are compelling because he writes out of his own authentic experiencing of the truth whereof he writes. How many sermons have you heard on that little enigmatic passage? I was supposed to do my part by going.
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Based on a solid, unarguable biblical platform, Greg has lifted up the model of multiplication and reproduction for disciples and leaders, which Jesus and Paul embodied in the Scriptures. So why is the church still keeping score of its institutional successes rather than tracking the development of disciples?
This is the kind of book to help make a significant difference. People like Potter—cunning and committed and shrewdly evil—make appetizers out of nice, principled guys who are repelled and surprised by their enemy's "dirty work. We will model faith for her as we do for all our children, and for each other.
Furthermore, he'd chosen the three teachers by drawing their names from a hat. It is not in God's plan at all, and so it is obvious this one time event was to teach us this lesson.
It's only when George reaches across Potter's massive desk to shake his hand that the spell is broken—the touch of the evil man's hand awakens George to the poisonous vapors that fill the room, and he comes to his senses.
You learn and you grow and you teach and you listen and you pray and you serve and you give and you receive and you worship and you love your way into becoming a follower of Jesus, a true fisher for people. So he first studies how George works to discover what motivates him, then surgically leverages his barely hidden resentments, heartbreaks, and longings for his own purposes.
We turn toward God, and keep on turning. Jesus is calling us into a new way of being that helps us remain grounded in God. If we could learn to fail like Peter, we will please our Lord and be used to build his kingdom.
That's why so many of our deepest hopes and dreams suffer shipwreck—we've paid little or no attention to the clear imperative Jesus delivered to His disciples: "Be shrewd as serpents but innocent as doves. There is no list of the Apostles where Peter is not first.
This book will help change our church to be in alignment with Jesus' vision and ministry practice. God willing, those 14 year-olds will grow into daring disciples who will keep experiencing micro-conversions along their journeys.
In his most recent book, Transforming Discipleship, he reveals the foundation and vision. Among the many moments that sear like parables in the classic holiday film It's a Wonderful Life is the scene where Old Man Potter tries to convince the young, self-sacrificing George Bailey to join him in his predatory business ventures.
This is why, when Jesus tells us in Matthew that the kingdom of God "suffers violence, and violent men take it by force," we scratch our heads, then quickly jump over that verse like it's a mud puddle. To paraphrase Margaret Mead, God only knows what a powerful impact on the world a small group of passionate disciples can have.Oct 01, · Come to the Waters Print Book Daniel T.
Benedict Jr. - DANIEL T BENEDICT, JR: The Upper Room Come to the Waters is an invitation to pastors and congregations to make the transforming power of God in Christ accessible to all persons. This book faces squarely the emerging mission frontier and proposes a daring alternative in making the. “A fantastic book, one of the very finest accounts of wartime spookery a hell of a good tale.” —The Wall Street Journal The author of the critically acclaimed bestseller Wild Bill Donovan, tells the story of four OSS warriors of World War II.
All four later led the sylvaindez.com are the most famous and controversial directors the CIA has ever had—Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, William Colby 4/5(3). Let each child wear a decorated banner that can be taped to the child from the shoulder and slanted across the child's body for display.
Children can trace or draw GO AND MAKE DISCIPLES on their banners!
For added emphasis, ALL the children can sign each other banners if they, indeed, want to be one of Christ's DISCIPLES! GO GAME. Features of the Disciples’ Literal New Testament.
Outline. The first thing you see is the detailed outline of the book, which directly corresponds to the paragraphing and indentation of the translation that follows. Nov 09, · Disciples: The World War II Missions of the CIA Directors Who Fought for Wild Bill Donovan [Douglas Waller] on sylvaindez.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
“A fantastic book, one of the very finest accounts of wartime spookery” (The Wall Street Journal)—a spellbinding adventure story of four secret OSS agents who would all later lead the CIA and their daring espionage and Cited by: 1.
Making Disciples - One Conversation at a Time discusses the importance of having redemptive conversations and demonstrates how to turn our meaningless chatter into a means of grace, helping our friends become all God intends them to be and enriching their lives and ours in the process.3/5(2).