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Have you ever found yourself facing a decision and not knowing which way is right and which way is wrong? Each choice has the potential for obedience and each choice has the potential for sin.
I recently was faced with a similar problem. For me, the final thing that helped me make my decision was the question in the title of this post. Which sin would I rather commit… or rather which sin would I want to avoid the most?
Have you ever flunked Matthew twenty-five 101? I’m not even talking about the advanced class. I’m talking about 101. Dave and I have flunked it a few times. I actually don’t think you can really pass it until you have flunked it a few times.
In this episode we discuss some of the challenges of living out this scripture is intentionally. One of those challenges is escaping our middle class insulation from the poor.
Last week, Kris talked about how he takes people from his church down to minister to the homeless in Oklahoma City in order to help them grow and disciple them. Today’s podcast ties in perfectly to what Kris shared.
How do you disciple your future son-in-law while he is in a drug rehab program before he has even met your daughter? How do you welcome someone coming out of jail and drugs into your house? Listen to Kris share about the way his church actively brings people into ministry to others, and then listen to his story of how he met and begin discipling a man who would one day become his son-in-law.
This is Kris’ story. His story is more than just how he discipled his future son-in-law. In this story you will hear about how following Jesus permeates his life. You’ll hear about how his church helps pull people into hands on ministry, about ministry to the homeless in OKC, God using them in Liberia, and much more.
This is Kris’s story.
This is the story of God’s redemption of Stephen Harney. From meth addict with his life falling apart to solid follower of Jesus, listen in to how God used a jail guard and a Bible to begin Stephen’s surrender to Jesus. Then hear the story of how God used a man named Kris to help Stephen grow spiritually and then get back on his feet. And, in only the way God can write a story God used Kris to introduce Stephen to the love of his life, Brook. (who was featured on our last episode.)
Can you imagine 85% of your church being in one on one discipleship? That means it is way more than just the staff discipling. Listen in and see what you can learn.
To see her church’s disciple making tools and resources go to www.themovement.church/discipleship. If you want to get in contact with Brook you can reach out through us, or use the contact form at https://themovement.church/contact.
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Towards better scripture memory. In this podcast we will talk about a simple system for sustainable scripture memory. Then we will talk about a neuro-scientific method that helps you commit scripture to memory faster and better.
Here is a sample of the neuro-scientific method explained in the podcast. This example would be for memorizing Romans 14:1-4.
“Accept the one whose faith is weak, without quarreling over disputable matters. One person’s faith allows them to eat anything, but another, whose faith is weak, eats only vegetables. The one who eats everything must not treat with contempt the one who does not, and the one who does not eat everything must not judge the one who does, for God has accepted them. Who are you to judge someone else’s servant? To their own master, servants stand or fall. And they will stand, for the Lord is able to make them stand.”
To help memorize this I would write out the road map letters like this.
“A t o w f i w, w q o d m. O p f a t t e a, b a, w f i w, e o v. T o w e e m n t w c t o w d n, a t o w d n e e m n j t o w d, f G h a t. W a y t j s e s? T t o m, s s o f. A t w s, f t L i a t m t s.”
A continuing case study on how to disciple someone.
What can I compare making disciples to? Making disciples is like two rotten plumbers…