Discipleship is a word that does not appear in the New Testament, but Christians and churches use this word to describe Christian living. While our definitions are often similar, Jesus clearly defines what it means to be a disciple, or Christian, and His definition is definitive.
Because of the current situation of social distancing in our culture, it is almost impossible to hold Sunday School, small group Bible studies, or any other church mass meeting. But having small group Bible studies and meetings is still possible. Read more to find out how.
After you get home from church or Bible study, can you recall what you just heard? How many details can you remember? Do you have an action plan or response developed? Or, did you attend worship without actually worshiping? I admit, you don’t actually have to take notes in order to worship, but journaling your […]
Here’s a list of my favorite journaling tools and resources.
The word “disciple” (μαθητής or mathetes, meaning disciple, student) appears 261 times in the Gospels and Acts. The word “Christian” only appears three times, twice in Acts and once in 1 Peter. The very last words that Jesus left us with before ascending back to the Father were these: Jesus came near and said to […]
While we were on a trip somewhere in North Georgia, we were searching through the radio stations trying to find something good when we came across a call-in show hosted by a local pastor. My curiosity was fully engaged! I was eager to hear what kind of questions would be asked, and what answers would […]