Topic: Discipleship

July 15, 2020
Not an Invitation to an Easy Life: Why Following Jesus Means War

Some people think that Christianity is a way to an easier, happier life. But that is false.

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July 13, 2020
Misconceptions About Discipleship in Poor Communities

Life on a scheme necessitates a level of intentional discipleship that is, in many ways, unique to doing ministry here.

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June 6, 2020
Maturity is Not Automatic

In the Christian life, growing in godliness takes deliberate effort.

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May 8, 2020
What to do When Discipleship Seems Hopeless

We are not exempt from suffering and the various discouragements that come along with discipleship. But there are things we can do to help us press on.

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May 5, 2020
Pastoring the Unemployed . . . As An Unemployed Pastor

Several weeks ago, I became one of the millions of Americans who lost their job due to COVID-19. As a pastor, here’s how I’ve sought to respond.

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April 29, 2020
Discipling the Unemployed

Unemployment rates are incredibly high in some of the world’s poorest communities. So how does the gospel apply to those who don’t have paid work?

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March 23, 2020
Three Keys to Discipling Former Drug Addicts

Here are a few things I’ve learned about discipling drug addicts who have come to Christ.

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February 3, 2020
Why Evangelism is Easier than Discipleship

In working-class communities, evangelistic opportunities abound. But discipleship is a different story.

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January 24, 2020
Discipleship: Should You Ever Walk Away?

Biblical discipleship takes commitment. But should such commitment ever expire?

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January 3, 2020
Why Over-Discipling is Always a Bad Idea

Beware the subtle ‘saviour complex’ that can develop in discipleship.

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