Equipping Your Reimagine Journey
Phil Miglioratti recently stirred my reflective juices by asking for my perspective on how discipleship, prayer, and evangelism are related.
It's a worthy question, especially for people who are so involved in any particular aspect of ministry that it becomes their primary, almost exclusive, frame of reference. Step by subtle step, all other forms of…Continue
Added by Skip Garmo on January 30, 2012 at 6:25pm — No Comments
Two notable “missional” authours have just written new books – and both are worth reading but for different reasons. Michael Frost and Hugh Halter.
I’ve had the opportunity to hear Michael Frost in person. He is a dynamic personality that inspires you to be bold for the Gospel. I still recall some of the amazing stories that helped me understand why God is calling us to His mission. His newest is…Continue
Added by Dennis Funk on January 19, 2012 at 12:39pm — No Comments
I thought I would share the journey I have been on the past few months. I have been serving as Discipleship deacon for almost a year, but have not realized what it meant until the past few months. I was really trying to figure out what I should be doing. Was it just about coming up with new adult Sunday School classes, or keeping an eye on our adult life groups, maybe helping organize men's or women's events? I came across this site, and that started me on quite the journey.
Added by Jeff Christiansen on January 12, 2012 at 10:34pm — No Comments
Call me old-fashioned but I still make New Year’s Resolutions. Do I keep them? Not always! Yet I’m old enough to know if expectations and goals aren’t set, they’re not reached. So here’s my list for this year:
Added by Joyce Long on January 3, 2012 at 9:18am — No Comments
I've given up on New Year's Resolutions . . . eat better, exercise more, lose weight, study more, be nicer . . . All resolutions do for me is make me feel like a failure. A former student of my posted on FaceBook last night that the gym was packed with people who didn't know what they were doing on the weight machines. Another friend responded, "Don't worry. They'll all be gone in a week."
There's something about the New Year that makes us take a new look at our life and think…Continue