This implies that our reflection on discipleship
must position itself to be in conversation with their life-worlds of suffering and struggle rather than referring to them as mere indicators of our awareness of their presence.
Author, speaker, and founder of Arise2Read, Donna Gaines is known for her two passions, discipleship
I'm glad to see that our bishops are in agreement about focusing the shift and priority of the church away from same-sex marriage to "evangelism, discipleship
and mission" (Bishops to focus more on mission, Nov.
Bonhoeffer's theological brilliance, committed discipleship
, ecumenical insight, and courageous participation in the struggle against fascism have profoundly shaped contemporary Christian understanding and action.
10) and in view of the alarming rate of human rights violations, the National Council of Churches in the Philippines affirms that our concern for human rights is based on Christian discipleship
, witness and solidarity.
He absolutely refused to accept theologizing that underestimated the cost of his mission or their discipleship
The book's content is light on scholarly commentary but dense with the implications of the text for discipleship
They provide discipleship
tools that equip parents, grandparents and mentors for the task of teaching the Word of God to their children.
The chapter treating discipleship
through local rituals is particularly helpful.
Throughout the book, the authors substantiate their claim that "our common call to earthkeeping is a part of our call to discipleship
, and our call to discipleship
is nothing more than a call to Jesus Christ" (p.
In Deuteronomy 6, God calls parents to the task of discipleship
in raising their children.
Flourishing Churches and Communities offers a joyous, practical, and insightful primer to the integration of "faith, work, and economics for Spirit-empowered discipleship