Finding satisfaction and significance

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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 me back to Him.

Because of Him I have found satisfaction and significance in this life.


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More than the “big picture” in discipleship

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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 must consider in discipleship.


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Log entry 040218

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Camp Leonardo started today. It’s challenging and exciting and concerning and hopeful… all at the same time. Exhaustion fading out. But somehow depressed, not sure why. Ministry plan us going in the right direction, and I can see evidence of His work among us. I still see our enemies controlling certain parts of our hearts, but He remain faithful. I am satisfied.

Log entry 022618

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Frustrated by my failure, again, in the pursuit of holiness and humility. Marveled by our ability to hurt one another. Hopeful of what He can do, specially among our youth. Reminded of His faithfulness, and remembering His grace for me. Do I wish things were different? Of course! The question is, really, why do I want that? Surprised by the love and concern He has given me for His people; I really wish I could do more for His sheep.

How are you doing?

The three components of discipleship in cultural diversity.

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Are you inclined to make disciples in a culturally diverse setting? Maybe it’s at home, maybe it’s at the ends of the earth, or maybe it’s on your own neighborhood or place of work, where the nations have come to. If you have this desire burning in your heart, here you have a brief description of the three components of discipleship for such an environment.


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