Video – What Is Your Act Of Footwashing?

Interpreting John 13:3-4 can be a problem in that we often try to replicate the act of footwashing itself, instead of trying to find the modern-day equivalent.  Pastor Tim asks the question, “How we can apply the John 13:3-4 footwashing passage to our lives today,” and in so doing gives us something to compare our own acts of footwashing to.

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About tdillmuth

Pastor Timothy Dillmuth is the Discipleship Pastor of Voice of the Martyrs Korea. He oversees Underground University, a missionary training school for North Korean defectors, and does discipleship training with Christians from all over the world. Pastor Tim received a bachelor's degree from Zion Bible College and an M.Div. from Regent University. He lives with his wife, Melissia and their three children in Seoul, South Korea.
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3 Responses to Video – What Is Your Act Of Footwashing?

  1. I wish I could open this. I would like to hear the modern day footwashing message.

    • tdillmuth says:

      Hi LaDonna,

      So sorry you are still having trouble watching the videos! Did you follow the instructions I sent you back in July? I hadn’t heard what happened when you went through the steps. I’m going to resend it to your e-mail. Let me know how it goes and we can troubleshoot from there. In the meantime, see if you can watch the video on youtube – http://youtu.be/4enu8GoluLM

  2. Linda says:

    My current equivalents of foot-washing in bible times are probably mopping floors and picking up cigarette butts from lawns. These are jobs that are usually passed on to the lowest ranking people.

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