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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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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The illusion of safety in disciple-making

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The always elusive state of spiritual health could be misinterpreted while we strive to make disciples, at home or around the world. That “everything is going well” may not be the best way to determine how well things are actually going. I’m going to invite you to consider a few other indicators of health and progress. #hispanic #culture #diversity #discipleship #how

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3 reasons I will die loving people

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Making disciples in a culturally diverse setting (e.g. Hispanic Americans) can be very confusing, and by its very nature, this environment is rich in possibilities for misunderstandings. Then, this beg the question, Is it possible to know – for sure – that we are following Christ Jesus in humility and experiencing a meaningful Spiritual Transformation? The answer is yes. You only need to look at two very particular things buried deep down in your heart.

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