We have learned a lot, seen good fruit, but we are pressing pause for now. Here’s why…
Prayers for healing, discussions about the resurrection, this reader took a step of faith and as a result found himself in a coffee shop with a man searching for God.
The Challenge: Who is that one person God has put in your space? This week share with them what God has done in your life.
Deon writes about the difference between getting infected by the message of The Kingdom and getting inoculated. When you’re infected The Kingdom of God takes over your life.
The Challenge: Are there places in your walk where you feel you have been inoculated instead of infected? If so, ask someone you trust to pray with you this week to receive the true Kingdom of God.
When God breaks in. It’s the thrux of our faith, the new baptism. It’s His work before it’s ours and that is great news!
The Challenge: Pray for someone this week asking God to break in.
Karen Dilbeck is our guest writer for our first week in April. Enter in as she tells the story of how one man’s words changed her paradigm of what it means to make disciples of Jesus.
The Challenge: The next time someone ask you for advice, ask them what God is saying to them about their concern. then encourage them, spur them on, and/or affirm what they are hearing.
This week are are pressing pause to celebrate what God has done. Continue reading if you want to see how one woman was shown much needed hope.
The Challenge: Share what God has recently done in your life with at least one person.
Do you ever think there is more than praying a prayer, and getting a ticket out of hell? The abundant life Jesus died for doesn’t have a cruise control setting. While you do get Jesus for free, Christ will cost you everything. Gary unpacks that in this week’s Disciplemaking Challenge.
This week’s Challenge:
What’s that one thing God is calling you to that you haven’t yet said yes to? This week take that next step.
This week Deon writes simply, but true. It’s something we all need to hear. How committed are you to following Jesus? There are costs, and are you willing to make them?
The challenge: What’s that one thing you have yet to lay down? Identify what God is calling you to give up for Him this week. Be obedient to that.
Jesus in the Parable of the Sower lays out two steps for making disciples. Doing this stuff isn’t as complicated as we make it out be.
The Challenge: Read the Parable of the Sower, and ask at least one person what God is doing in their life.
Rich shares about how disciples are made right from his couch.
For parents, list three values you want to emulate in your life for your kids
For singles, invite someone into your home this week.