When we present the Gospel without modern Christian-culture baggage; and when, as we are making disciples, we model and teach obedience out of love and respect for Christ; and when we recognize the work of the Holy Spirit and do not usurp that role; and when we have the relationship patience to let this process [...]
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No Comments Scott Pagel on Apr 13th 2010
Failure has always been a part of my growth… physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, educational, occupational. It seems that as I grow, I also find myself failing. In fact, failure often leads to growth. Do we make room for failure today? Do we allow people opportunities to fail without making them feel like failures? Do people [...]
No Comments Scott Pagel on Apr 12th 2010
Jesus commanded us to “make disciples,” so it stands to reason that we’d better know what one looks like (at least in broad strokes). What does a “mature” disciple of Jesus look like? by Traver Dougherty | CMA Resources H/T The M Blog
No Comments Scott Pagel on Apr 8th 2010