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Often when stating the Great Commission we’ll shorten it to “go and make disciples of all nations” which makes it sound like solely ..read more
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Disciplemaking teachers view Jesus’ command to make disciples as an imperative, not an option. And, they understand that it involves an ..read more
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If we’re going to follow Jesus’ agenda as disciplemaking teachers we’re taking on a role that requires an investment. The beginning ..read more
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As noted in a  prior post, Jesus’ Great Commission makes a direct reference to teaching as part of the disciplemaking process ..read more
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Carefully read Jesus’ Great Commission to “go and make disciples” and you’ll find teaching a part of the process. Consequently, it ..read more
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Click on image to enlarge in Pinterest & repin.God wants us to be good stewards of what He’s given but if we want students to be ..read more
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We have goals for much of what we do in life, even if not thought of in that way or left unspoken. If we have objectives for the temporal ..read more
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Bible teachers need both a contrasting and consistent voice if they’re going to make inroads into the lives of their students who live ..read more
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In a world marked by false teaching (Titus 1), the Apostle Paul exhorted Titus, “You, however, must teach what is appropriate to sound ..read more
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We’ve already noted that Titus stayed in Crete for a purpose which gave him a voice to speak into the lives of those he served. As we ..read more

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