The measure of a disciple is seen in how Christ and the apostles relate discipleship to the cross. So basically, if your discipleship is not cross-centered then it is not true discipleship. Charles and Daniel talk about it on this week’s CrossTalk.
When we talk about discipleship, we are talking about the actual molding of a disciple. Which means, we have to know what it is we want to accomplish when we are discipling someone. So the question remains: if you are molding a disciple, how do you do it? Charles and Daniel talk about it.
Discipleship. What does it mean to be a disciple or even to make a disciple? At what point is someone a disciple? Today Charles and Daniel begin their new series on Discipleship by discussing the actual making of a disciple.
We understand that for the believer all things are new. Being a new creation affects everything. Not one thing about our life is the same. Whether it is our interactions with those around us, or the most secret thoughts of our lives, nothing is the same for the believer. Our thinking and direction in life cannot and will not be the same. Charles and Daniel talk about it.
When you possess new life in Christ – a new relationship – we do not see things as we used to. Whether you are a new believer or a mature believer, this reality is true. With this new perspective, this should cause us to look back at the way we live. It should inform the way we live. Join Charles and Daniel as they discuss it.
We have new life. However, this new life affords us a new relationship with our God. One of the things that we have to be careful with is being too cliché when we talk about having a “relationship with God”. What we need to talk about is what it means to be rightly related to God. Charles and Daniel discuss it.
With the New Year comes a lot of new things: some things good, some bad; you never know what the year may hold. We want to talk about what is new for us as believers. There is something that is always new for us as believers even if we have been a Christian for 50 years. We are a new creation. It means we have new life. Charles and Daniel talk about it.
We come to the final episode in our series on Christmas, and it brings us to the point that we want to end on: Christmas is Gospel! It is Good news! The reason for Christmas is proclamation. The Shepherds did not stay silent when they found baby Jesus and neither should we. Join Charles and Daniel has they encourage you to proclaim!