Who discipled you? Who helped you become the person you are now? I bet you can think of one particular person. Or maybe two. Could have been a teacher, a pastor, a coach, a youth leader or a parent. Could
Making disciples who make disciples — it’s a process not a product. Remember what Jesus said was the most important commandment and I’d say is the definition of a disciple? “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all
Spring is here, yay! Green grass, flowers, warmer temperatures, sunshine, birds singing — I love this stuff! (Okay, sorry to the folk in Newfoundland who had snow last week. That is not fun since I bet you’re as ready for
Here’s the thing. I admit I have been a procrastinator and I’m not very organized. I am a skilled procrastinator. Not sure there is such a thing as skill at being disorganized. But it could be an art. I can
Walk someone else’s dog – good for you for exercise and takes a chore off someone’s hands. Plus the dogs love it! 2. Notice and compliment something good or wonderful in someone – people don’t hear enough honest compliments.
In the movie, THE GUARDIAN, actor Kevin Costner plays Ben Randall, the instructor for new potential Coast Guard Swimmers. These are the ones who go into the water to save people often in frigid or dangerous conditions. In one
What did you enjoy doing as a child? Maybe it’s something you still do? Or is it something you used to eat and when you eat it now you feel like a kid again? Adults sometimes forget to eat childish
Working in different places can inspire you. I enjoy a change of scenery and I believe God certainly uses our environment to influence our work. Here’s a place I get a lot of work done and enjoy as a change
We started a camp for senior teens called Disciplemakers-in-Training (DIT) where we nurtured them in being disciples who made disciples. We worked with a small group of interested students. It included aspects of leadership and camp leadership but we were
Okay, sounds like a gripe doesn’t it? Kind of like, “what’s wrong with you?” or “why are you so…?” But that’s not what I mean. What I’m saying is that you are unique. There’s no one else quite like you.