Tag Archives for discipleship
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been pulling together all the preparations for a great two day workshop in Tassie in November (12-14th) around the topic of Building a Discipleship Culture. It will be great!!
For the last few days we have been in Sheffield, at the Pilgrimage week. I am so so so glad that I came. It is so encouraging to see with my own eyes and hear with my own ears the … Continue reading
We’re at the end of the Belgrade and Serbia part of our trip now. We had a brilliant time hanging out with my friends who are involved in local churches and student ministry and mission in Belgrade and other towns … Continue reading
I’ve heard people talk about ‘liminal places’ before. They mean places which are like in between places – places on a journey – when you’re no longer where you started, but you haven’t got to your destination yet either. Normally … Continue reading
Last week I had three separate opportunities to talk to groups of people about what it means to be born again or born from above. I had been reading and praying my way through John Chapter 3, in particular the … Continue reading
Last week, I was re-reading the story, found in John, Chapter 21, of Jesus and the miraculous catch of fish. It is a well-know story. Peter, John and some others have been out fishing all night. They catch nothing. … Continue reading