Tag: Discipleship

DIscipleship: Imitate what is good

1. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. 2. Listening, not imitation, may be the sincerest form of flattery. 3. I know imitation is the highest form of flattery, but stealing one’s identity is totally different. 1. Charles Caleb Colton • 2. Joyce Brothers… Continue Reading “DIscipleship: Imitate what is good”

Discipleship: Follow Me

Everyone has to follow. Everyone. We follow directions, commands, behind other cars in traffic, the next person in line, etc. We have to learn to follow. This is crucial for leaders; followship helps leaders identify with their teams. What about when it comes to… Continue Reading “Discipleship: Follow Me”

Commitment to Obedience

Obedience is a sticky word. It is the cause of many debates. To me, it seems simple, according to Christ. If you love me, He said, you will obey me (Jn. 14:15). Why is there such a stir, then, to obey and keep obeying… Continue Reading “Commitment to Obedience”

To Teach or To Mock?

There is a thin line between transformation and mockery. Transformation begins with the dissonant awareness of a big problem. The problem is an obstacle, a real bear. And working through the dissonance causes us to enter a process toward the solution that will change… Continue Reading “To Teach or To Mock?”

Radical Love Confronts Racism

Introduction — What you are about to read was a Facebook post. I was so moved by the clear language here that I wanted to put it on record. Thanks to Dr. Monica Northington for allowing me to share her words with the world.… Continue Reading “Radical Love Confronts Racism”

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