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Discipleship On Fire

When the New Testament Church started it grew rapidly, but there were no churches. Disciples met in homes, yet Christianity exploded all around the world. How did the apostles do it? They built people not buildings. They poured themselves into others who in turn mentored even more. It was a strong, solid church that withstood persecution and hardships.

This book is a step-by-step Biblical system to disciple anyone. If you are a parent, teacher, coach, or especially a leader in the church you will find this book a continual reference. You can recapture the essence of how Jesus trained for success. The apostle Paul said, “Follow me as I follow Christ.” It is a simple principle, but if followed, it will set your world on fire.

A Step-By-Step Process To Discipling Anyone

Don’t think of buying this book. It will consume you. It will make you have strange, warm and fuzzy feelings inside.

No, you better look away. I am warning you! This book will change you in terrific ways.

Look into my eyes and say, “I like my life the way it is. I don’t need to read this

book.” You’re not saying it.

Quick, picture a Tyrannosaurus Rex trying to pick up a cupcake.

Are you still on the web page? Come on man! That should have sidetracked you.

This is your final warning! This book will set your heart on fire for biblical discipleship. Do you really want that?

Okay, you are still reading? Do not say I didn’t warn you. You will never see yourself or the church the same way again.

Well, reading the back cover or a few pages in the front is not going to do it. You have to buy this book and read the whole thing. So now I double-dog dare you.

Terrific, you have made up your mind to learn discipleship. “ … As you wish!”

Website: Discipleship On Fire – Pastor Scott Thom

 
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Hearing God in Conversation

We want information; God wants a conversation
We want to know answers; God wants us to know Him

If Christianity is a relationship with God, how many of us would say we have a strong, meaningful connection with him? After all, it’s widely accepted that the foundation of any good relationship is communication–and conversation with God often seems to be one-sided at best. We may long to hear his voice, but does God still talk with us today? Should we even expect him to?

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