May 23, 2016

Evangelism in Action

“Don’t let the fact that your neighbors have different morals, a different lifestyle, or a different worldview than you stand in the way of you taking the time to really get to know them.”

May 16, 2016

Living Evangelism

“If we are going to be the faithful ambassadors that Christ has called us to be, and not tourists, we must be people who are intentional, generous, and inviting.”

May 9, 2016

Loving Evangelism

“Evangelism is what completes your joy in Christ.”

May 2, 2016

Walking with Disciples - Q&A

“Our daily life of discipleship is how we bring glory to God.”

April 24, 2016

Community in Conversation

“Making disciples is the process of reminding one another of our identity in Christ and calling one another to live in light of who we truly are.”

April 18, 2016

Community in Action

“When you experience the love of God it explodes out from you to those around you, not just in word, but in action.”

April 11, 2016

Living in Community

“How can you adjust your life to experience deep Christian community?”

April 4, 2016

Loving Community

“To make disciples, you have to walk with disciples.”

March 29, 2016

A Disciple Rejoices

“Easter can give you a joy that no one can take away.”

March 21, 2016

Being a Disciple: A Disciple Loves

“The only way to get rid of affections we have in our hearts for other things is to expel them, evict them, overcome them with a greater affection for and worship of God.”

March 14, 2016

Being a Disciple: A Disciple Repents

“Jesus brings you a pathway from failure to joy.”

March 7, 2016

Being a Disciple: A Disciple Communes

“Disciples are not just followers but friends.”

February 29, 2016

Being a Disciple: A Disciple Listens

The more voices we are hearing, the harder it is to tune into the one voice that actually matters.

February 22, 2016

Being a Disciple: A Disciple Follows

“Our purpose is to follow him, becoming like him, knowing how good he is.”

February 16, 2016

Making Disciples

“The Great Commission means you have a purpose.”