FlightPath We should not deny white privilege exist, but we should not succumb to it. We need also to confront the reality that we ALL contribute to it, because we ALL are sinners.
FlightPath Often we think we have to reach certain level of well-being before we could help others in need. After all, we are called to love others in the way we love ourselves, then, we must love ourselves first and well. That sounds OK. It’s also wrong.
FlightPath We can be so engaged with our methodology to make disciples, that we may be blind to the deepest source of delight and fulfillment on this earth: the presence and the work of the Triune God of the Universe.
FlightPath We may like to plan. We may like to organize our life in order to aim at the right goals and results. However, our plans rarely survive the first encounter with cultural diversity, and the ensuing chaos can drive us crazy. Let’s talk about a few realities of this environment, and how they can …
FlightPath 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 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.