Category Archives: making disciples

Can a church service abound with preachers & teachers?

We can preach and teach or we can cultivate an atmosphere where preachers and teachers abound. Let’s make disciples and let church services overflow with preachers and teachers. Jesus said it’s foolish to hear His words but not do them. … Continue reading

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Get trained to serve and make a difference in Nashville

Would you like to make a real difference in Nashville? Would you like to get hands-on training and interactive experience using your gifts to serve and make a real difference? The Salvation Army has an opportunity for you in East … Continue reading

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Determined disciples vs. submissive spectators

Perhaps church could focus on developing determined disciples rather than on sustaining submissive spectators. Determined disciples overcome their issues, hang-ups, and addictions and transform the world around them through their obedience to the power and presence of Christ actively flowing … Continue reading

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Three Ways I Know Jesus Is Still Speaking, Healing, & Working Miracles Today!

3 Ways I know that Jesus is . . . A) Still speaking to people; B) Still healing the sick; C) Still making disciples; and D) Still working miracles. 1) The Bible says: “Jesus Christ, the same, yesterday, today, and … Continue reading

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