Discipleship is costly. How does discipleship actually begin? Is it a personal decision? While this IS part of the decision process it is NOT the beginning. Discipleship actually begins with God himself. He decides who does and does not have the opportunity to follow Jesus. This brings more questions! Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
True repentance is one of the single most powerful decisions we can make. It’s all about reversal. It takes the pause that regret gives us and transforms it into a full fledged stop and consider moment. This moment now becomes the catalyst for a reversal of direction which takes the well being of the wronged individual and makes it our priority. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Jesus had certain priorities and many important teachings, but what was his "most important thing"? Should it also be ours? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for mor
Whether we think about it or not, we all leave a legacy behind us as a result of our life and experience. Sometimes that legacy can be rich with wisdom, accomplishment and example, and other times our legacy can be a sad tale of unfulfilled potential, broken dreams and a trail of “if only” and “why didn’t I?” What advice do you want to leave your loved ones so that their lives could blossom with fulfilled potential and with true contentment? Watch this 2-minute vlog and then listen to the complete podcast to recenter your thinking about the influence you have on those closest to you.
Christians always talk about following after Jesus, following in his footsteps. What does that mean? Are we supposed to abandon every earthly possession and every earthly ambition to follow him? After all, isn’t that what he did? Are we supposed to sacrifice all of our human will all of the time? Is the idea of Christian sacrifice a requirement for all Christians to follow through on in order to fulfill our calling? Stay with us as we look into this not too often discussed part of the Christian life to try and understand just how it is supposed to work.