Equipping Your Reimagine Journey
Intentional discipleship is surrendering to the Father's will and walking in Jesus' presence.
So how do we live the life of an intentional disciple? How do we stay connected to Jesus when he is not bodily present with us like he was with his first disciples? The answer is the spiritual discipline, or practices. If you read last week’s…Continue
Added by Jason Feffer on February 8, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Intentional discipleship is surrendering to the Father's will and walking in Jesus’ presence.
Added by Jason Feffer on February 7, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
For a disciple, time in the teacher’s presence is vital, because it is in his presence that the…Continue
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Intentional discipleship is surrendering to the will of the Father.
The first of AA’s twelve steps is to admit you are powerless to bring about change in your life, and the second step goes hand in hand with it, to believe there is a “higher power” who is able to facilitate the change you desire. These are also the first two steps in the life of a disciple. We must be willing to admit that we are powerless to plant and cultivate the seeds of kingdom life in our own hearts,…Continue
I once posted a blog that looked at some of the troubling statistics that detailed just how little our faith seems to be impacting the way we live our lives? The root cause of the unhinging of what we say we believe from how we live is a lack of intentional discipleship. Because we haven’t figured this out we struggle to live up to Jesus’ expectations. If we would commit to a life of intentional…Continue
Added by Jason Feffer on February 2, 2012 at 7:39am — No Comments