Category Archives: Discipleship

Like A Splinter in Your Mind

In the movie, The Matrix, the character Morpheus said to Neo, “You are here because you know something.  What you know, you can’t explain, but you feel it.  You’ve felt it your entire life.  There is something wrong with the world, but … Continue reading

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How is Business?

It has been said, there are two, critical questions every successful CEO and business owner must answer.  First, “What is your business?”  Second, “How is business?” If we put these two questions to the Church, how would we answer them?   … Continue reading

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Go Home and Tell

In the New Testament, there is an intriguing story about Jesus not allowing someone to follow Him. In fact, the story is so important that it is found in three of the four Gospels. In the book of Luke, the … Continue reading

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Releasing the Missionary in You

Let me ask you, “What is your calling?  How many of you are members of a church?  How many are ministers in that church?  How many consider yourselves to be missionaries of that church?  Most would say they are members. … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Undercover Boss

Personally, I don’t care for most “reality” television shows today.  There is one exception however. I really enjoy Undercover Boss.  It airs on Sunday evenings, so I don’t get to watch it often. But the couple of time I have, … Continue reading

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Go Home and Tell

Did you know Jesus actually told someone NOT to follow Him?  This intriguing story is found Luke 8:26-39. In fact, the story is so important that it is found in three of the four Gospels. The setting is the graveyard … Continue reading

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Following Christ in a “Just Do It” Culture

From 1988 to 1998, Nike, an American company known worldwide for its footwear and sports apparel, increased its share of the domestic sport-shoe business from a respectable18% to a whopping 43%.  A major reason for this growth was the successful advertising … Continue reading

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