Musings on Discipleship I am convinced that Jesus’ pattern with his disciples was Hebraic in pattern. That is, the way that he taught his disciples was patterned after what a Jewish father was expected to do with his children according to the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9). What did that pattern look like? Part of it took … More Lessons from Jewish Fathers for Christian Fathers and Pastors
Thursday is for Discipleship How Did Jesus Make Disciples? I think we can see the outlines of the process in the pages of the gospels. The term I use to describe that process is “intentional withness.” There was a “with me” quality to Jesus’ interaction and training of the disciples. Jesus choose them, then spent no … More What If We Did Spiritual Formation Like Jesus?
Weekend Musings Here’s a post I have been hanging on to for some time. It is relevant for all believers but especially perhaps for church planters. Kimberley Wagner is a writer and pastor’s wife. She writes for Revive Our Hearts. I hope it will challenge your heart to pray and your mind to think more … More Generation Lost: Losing the grandchildren of the baby boomers
Thursday is for Discipleship How did Jesus do it? Short answer, I don’t know. But I think we can see the outlines of the process in the pages of the gospels. So in this post I want to continue to try to uncover what “INTENTIONAL WITHNESS” looks like. (This discussion began here on March … More Discipleship: How Did Jesus Do It?