Monthly Archives: November 2014
In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus issued a command to make disciples, “teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you.” Matthew 28 is itself one of these commands. To make a disciple is to teach them to obey the command to … Continue reading
People who draw big crowds to themselves, big attention on themselves, have little influence past the loss of their fame. People who work on empowering their followers – “Generation Zero” – to follow their dreams leave legacies and empower visions. … Continue reading
Does the rapid growth of cities create strategic opportunities for world evangelization and the discipling of nations?
Globalcast asked the question: Does the rapid growth of #cities create #strategic opportunities for #world #evangelization and the Discipling of the Nations? — GlobalCAST Resources (@globalcast) November 5, 2014 My responses: 1. I suspect it creates more challenges than opportunities … Continue reading
Peace is one of the fruits of the spirit. In these precarious times, lots of things are trying to rob us of our peace: wars, natural disasters, diseases, persecution, and the love of many for Christ growing cold. (Sounds like … Continue reading
We can’t judge who God will say “well done” to based on who we say “well done” to (or why).
This week’s edition of the Long View features a note about finances, plus links to new events, new studies on generations, photos of the unreached, new resources, and more. View it online here. Subscribe to receive in your inbox at … Continue reading
When a box describes God, if you erase the box, He’s still God. Expect his character, not his actions. Unpredictable does not mean unreliable.
One of the diagrams I am always careful to go over when teaching Perspectives Lesson 9 is the Global Religious Dynamics diagram. You can see it online here. This diagram highlights two forms of growth globally: demographics (the newly born … Continue reading