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George Hunter writes in a book published in 1992 an insightful piece much of which is still valuable. He is not a DMM proponent although after reading the book you might think he could be. George when he was 18 went on an internship to Venice Beach, CA as a United Methodist. He found a … Read more How to Reach Secular People…
Dallas Willard inadvertently set me up to understand a new way of “gospeling” and prepare me to understand DMM. In this video he makes a case for moving away from a “gospel of forgiveness” because it isn’t in line with Jesus’ desire to make disciples. Although it is rather long, I’ve never regretted listening to … Read more What kind of Gospel?
My incessant,often addictive thirst for knowledge leads me strange places. On a blog entitled Turnaround Pastor, the author suggest the “Turnaround Pastor” can learn from Apple. Specifically a talk given by Jony Ive, Senior Vice President of Design at Apple. I thought it might have relevance to those of us attempting to catalyze multiplicative disciple making … Read more What can a Disciple Making Movement catalyst learn from Apple?
If what we’ve been taught about world geography is wrong (watch video below), could it be that all we’ve been taught about the Mission of God in this world wrong too? Did Jesus trust the qualified or release the willing? tell us to plant churches or make disciples? command us to teach all the commands … Read more Is all I’ve been taught, WRONG?
Reading the account of Acts seems to be a different world from the one I live in. People seem to be drawn to the message of the Cross without prejudice. Has the history of the church so perverted our culture that we now have to fight thru the crap to even get a hearing! Or … Read more What’s the difference?
But there was another huge eagle, with broad wings and thick plummage, and the vine actually bent its roots towards him and stretched its branches toward him, away from the bed where it was planted! It would have him to water it, though it was planted beside brimming streams in a rich soil to bear … Read more Ezekiel 17-18
Reading the Moffat Version of Bible is very fascinating. I am not a poetry kind of guy yet the poetry of lamentation is fascinating. I was reminded by 3:26 “It is good to wait in silence for the help of the Eternal, it is good to hear without a word the rebuke of the Eternal. … Read more Lamentations-Silence
Daniel 9:17 Act out of who you are, not out of who we are. Daniel’s plea to God! Maybe the very reason we don’t approach God with confidence. We come expecting Him to act out of who I am not who He is! My bashfulness before God may have to do more with my sense … Read more What if?