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Putting the U in chUrch: Followers May 12, 2013 (Mother’s Day) Text: Ephesians 4:11-16; I Timothy 4:11-16 Key Thought: Learning to follow Christ more closely is a function of God’s church – and we do it together. This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God’s Son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ. Ephesians 4:13, NLT
Lakeview's Pastor of Spiritual Development, Mike Blahnik, talks to us about God's plan for building relationships and spreading the message of Jesus - what we call Real Discipleship. Matthew 28:16-20.
Cody Deevers shares his experience of discipleship with Valley Life leaders. It's a story as well as principles to understand the process and potential issues relating to discipling one on one and in groups.
The events that unfolded at the Boston Marathon often lead to questions of why suffering and evil occurs so often in this world. The Gospel answers by telling us that we live in a fallen and sinful world that can never be restored by any effort of our own. However, Christ came to redeem and restore us to himself, making it possible to eventually live a perfect life in fellowship with Him. In our short time we have to live on this earth, He has made us free to extend grace, forgive, serve, and love mankind. Let your faith in Him take root in your soul and prepare for the work He sets before you.
We were told by Jesus, not simply to preach to the world, but to go out making disciples.
Do you know what you are fishing for? Jesus makes us fishers of men. How often have you caut any fish by sitting on your "Holy backsides" on your couch (or in a pew)? To catch fish we must go to where the fish are. If we listen to Jesus he will tell us where to fish. Jesus loves us enough to meet us where we are to help. Do you have enough love for Jesus to truly follow?