Tag Archives: Discipleship

When Jesus Said Farewell

Love for the world motivated by anything other than love for Jesus inevitably fails to offer the kind of love the world needs.

Deep Before Wide: A Vision for Returning Discipleship to the Church

Randy Pope discusses his vision for and experience with church-anchored discipleship over the past 25 years.

Can Youth Ministers Actually Work with Parents?

How can the partnership between youth ministers and parents be more than just lip service?

What I Learned from a Tattooed, Cussing—and Now Bestselling—Fundamentalist Outcast

If you don't personally resonate with her story, her description may nonetheless be helpful for understanding people who do.

When You're Too Busy to Be Godly

Busyness can lead to spiritual damage. Not only do we cease caring for our soul, we forget we even have one.

Discipleship in the Land of Narnia

Rigney takes us into the heart of Lewis's magical world and shows us how the saga functions to awaken, expose, inspire, and even disciple.

On My Shelf: Life and Books with Elyse Fitzpatrick

Elyse Fitzpatrick shares what's on her nightstand, what she's learning, books she re-reads, and more.

On My Shelf: Life and Books with Nancy Guthrie

Nancy Guthrie shares what's on her nightstand, what she's learning, her favorite biographies, and more.

Abuse Does Not Take Away Use

Don't reject a key truth of the gospel because some wicked teacher ruined it for you.

On My Shelf: Life and Books with Fred Sanders

Fred Sanders reveals what's on his nightstand, what he's learning about following Jesus, his favorite biographies, and more.