Author: Pastor Randy Ballard

[vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbYzF6Zy5tY']   Discussion Questions:   As Christian leaders, which game are you playing? Finite or infinite?   Explain or give reasons why you believe you are playing by finite rules, infinite rules, or both.   Can you discuss the personal or corporate frustration in times when have played the finite game?   Sinek said,...

I carry in my heart the insults of so many people. Psalm 89:50b, NLT Consider, Lord, how your servants are disgraced! Psalm 89:50a, NLT How can we not carry the insults from others in our heart? How can we hear them but not be moved or affected...

“Cultivating Discipleship” Mark 4:13-20 Introduction: The need for discipleship. Discipleship is the only method of retaining fruit.  The parable of the sower is a parable about discipleship.  Jesus’ teaching was on the timeline of an interested seeker, an excited believer, a distracted disciple, and a faithful multiplier. Discipleship...

Why should I disciple someone? It’s too messy. I don’t have time. I am not qualified. What if I fail? These are all thoughts that goes through many Christians mind when challenged with the idea of discipling someone. The Apostle Paul too, faced obstacles in his...

Interview by John Piper Well, to the inbox. Many questions have come in this month about discipleship. What is discipleship? What is the aim of discipleship? And how is it done typically? To orient us on discipleship, what would you want to say, Pastor John? A couple...

By Ann Swindell To those of us who follow Jesus, discipleship should be a central aspect of our faith. This is because Jesus commanded His followers—in what is commonly referred to as “The Great Commission”—to “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the...