Tag Archives: spiritual disciplines

From Disciples to Disciplers: reunited and ready for your consideration


And so here we are. Just as 16 months ago, Seasons 4-6 of the From Disciples to Disciplers series officially went out of print, and the rights reverted back to me, so now Seasons 1-3 have done the same. But as … Continue reading

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What Are Your Re-Reads (revisited)?


Since I’m in waiting mode right now — both in terms of “hopefully impending good news” and in terms of “books I need to review” — thought I’d revisit a fun topic I’d first done a couple years ago…. Some of … Continue reading

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A Groundwork for the Gospel


And speaking of 1-on-1 discipleship…. Here’s a resource all you disciplers can utilize to help new Christians begin to more fully understand the Gospel, and to help them begin to more deeply pursue a relationship with Jesus…. Edward Michael Gross. Authentic … Continue reading

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fragments of Lay Down Your Addiction


For our purposes, let’s define addiction as anything you need to “get through the day” that isn’t God. Because all of our addictions—all of our sin, really—is a response to the gnawing sense we have, deep down, that God doesn’t … Continue reading

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Keeping the Fire Lit


What do you do to keep your life in Jesus from getting “blown out”? As leaders—or as Christians in general—we need to stay lit in Jesus, and by Jesus. As we’re doing His work, we often encounter more and more … Continue reading

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The D-Word (Discipline)


Got a bag of M&Ms or potato chips? Go get a candy or chip one right now—but only one. Then we’ll talk. Ready? Good. Last Wednesday, we looked at what it takes to commit ourselves to pursuing the better things … Continue reading

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Remaining As You Go


Think about the last time you went crazy with an ice-cream sundae—or pizza, or for you more diet-conscious types let’s make it a salad. Why did you pick the toppings you did? How would other toppings have affected it differently? … Continue reading

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