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Generalist Discipleship

Part IV of our series on Preparation We’ve all heard that the word “Christian” means “little Christ.” But seldom have we ever considered the impact this should have on our discipleship strategy.    The Christian is (supposed to be )a … Continue reading

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Specialist Discipleship

Part III of our series on Preparation We kicked off this series on Monday talking a bit about discipleship and how Christian teachers are primarily servants before addressing the “hot mess discipleship” method of a lot of churches. Today, we’re … Continue reading

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Hot Mess Discipleship

Part II of our series on Preparation There are three phrases that describe how discipleship might look in any given church today: Specialist. Generalist. Hot mess. Let’s start with hot mess.  The highly esteemed urban dictionary defines hot mess as … Continue reading

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