Sermons on Discipleship
Part of the rhythm of life is highs and lows. The disciples also experienced them in their life with Jesus. Be encouraged that God is working in both the highs and lows to shape you.
Our frantic and hurried life sometimes causes us to miss what God has in front of us. Jesus will teach us that hurry is the enemy of grace.
The rhythm of praying scripture is a powerful discipline to pray outside of my agenda and invite God’s agenda to be done. Scripture combined with our faith unlocks divine power to demolish strongholds.
Tim & Diane Castro readily admit, “We never would have imagined being in church leadership.” But God calls unlikely people for His mission. Listen for God’s subtle promptings to obedience as they tell their story.
It is not always easy to tell when our emotions have gone out of bounds and are wrecking our faith. Elijah was a man of God, but it didn’t make him immune from struggling with this. God gently brings him back to a place of obedience.
Jesus invitation to Matthew to “follow him” is stunning on multiple levels. But the invitation to Matthew opens up the way for broken people like us to do the same.