Why do I insist in blogging? Why do I attempt to write in a language that is not mine? I am terrible at it! Even in my native tongue, I am the worst writer you could find. And yet, I continue with this endeavor. Let me tell you the reason and purpose of it.
FlighPath Often forgotten when making plans and establishing strategies for disciple-making, prayer is not only a “tool” for us, but also our place of refuge, rest, and intimacy. In Kingdom Prayer we also enjoy the opportunity to see how much His work is advancing within.
FlightPath Because of the nature of disciple-making in cultural diversity, it is essential to track our own Spiritual Transformation. This journaling will provide reasons not only to celebrate His faithfulness, but it can also become a source of encouragement for us, a way to protect our heart against discouraging and burnout. Here you have two …
FlightPath Disciple-making in a culturally diverse setting (family, work, community at large) presents a particular set of obstacles that requires a deeper dependency on the original model, described in Scripture. Here you have a light theological framework for our implementation of the Great Commission in such a setting.
FlightPath It may come as a surprise, but the reality is that cultural diversity can be found almost everywhere, these days. No more need to travel far, far away. No more ways to live in a cocoon, a bastion of your own. Here you have a primer on this environment for disciple-making.
FlightPath By our enemies’ standards (our sin, the world, Satan) I am not a very successful person. But because He has taken care of my past and has secured my future with Him in glory, I am – here an now – really free to see, enjoy, and share that very Beauty that has restored …
FlightPath Remembering His grace should not only reminds us of where He took us from, but also of where He is taking us to. When factored into our daily life and our discipleship efforts, eternity provides the right perspective for a healthy and real assessment of oneself and others. That’s the real “big picture” we …
FlighPath What if your passion is controversial (e.g. gun control, immigration, political etiquette)? Could it still be used to make disciples among the nations? Let’s talk about the why, what, and how of making disciples even in a toxic social environment.
FlightPath Making disciples is neither easy nor painless. Yes, it has its ups – and they are glorious and invigorating and exciting – but there are also deep, dark, hope-sucking valleys. These are a real components of our attempts to faithfully imitate Him. The good news? His presence, His grace are also real.
We enjoy His Beauty when we apply the gifts He has given us, when we pursue the passions He has put in our hearts. Unfortunately, because of our own sin, with this pursuit we can also feed our idolatry. Let’s talk about how to avoid that.