Category: Disciple-Maker

  • Getting Them to Hell

    I walked with a little girl to school this morning who regularly attends bible club, always sits on the second row during Church, and enjoys taking notes during the sermon, but does not know the Lord. As we walked along I asked her “if you got hit by a car right now where would you […]

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  • Letting Them Walk Away

    “When people stop listening, they have essentially told us to stop pursuing them.” Nicholas Batzig Tim Challies in his blog on Wednesday shared a very insightful article entitled “When They Walk Away.”  The author (Nicholas Batzig) does an excellent job of discussing the pain of watching someone we have invested in reject Christ, and why we shouldn’t […]

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  • Small-Talk is Worth the Awkwardness 

    Small-Talk is Worth the Awkwardness 

    “If I could have any superpower, it would be the ability to do small talk well, because anyone who does it well is a superhero as far as I’m concerned. I’m more like the Aquaman of small talk: people don’t remember much about me except that I’m weird.” Sammy Rhodes “This is Awkward”  I laughed […]

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  • What Conversations Should We Never Have on Facebook?

    What Conversations Should We Never Have on Facebook?

    “Social media can be a great venue for sharing those vacation photos and pet videos. It’s not the ideal medium for most debates, especially political ones, though. Problems arise when our time spent on social media, regardless of its purpose, comes in lieu of conversation.”   from Leaving the Screen:  Restoring in-person relationships  I enjoy […]

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  • Will You Have Steak or Baby Food for Devotions?

    Will You Have Steak or Baby Food for Devotions?

    “If you desire to pull out of God’s Word the serious ‘meat’ that he has placed there for us to sink our teeth into-you will have to exert considerable effort.  It takes work-hard work!  And you, the reader, have to decide whether you are content to swallow ‘baby food’ that comes from casual reading or […]

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