Pastor Tim shared that when he was a teenager, he didn’t think his dad was that cool. Pastor Tim valued people like M.C. Hammer, Art Monk of the Washington Redskins and his youth pastor. But despite who Pastor Tim highly valued, it was his father with whom he spent most of his time. And it was in the context of spending time with his father, that Pastor Tim was discipled by his father. Pastor Tim wasn’t aware that he was being discipled by his father, but it still happened. We also see this idea in the lives of Elijah/Elisha and Jesus and his disciples. Formal teaching and learning are important, but the informal side of discipleship is equally as important.
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