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Everyday Discipleship Every Day: Being an Influencer

You have heard me teach things that have been confirmed by many reliable witnesses. Now teach these truths to other trustworthy people who will be able to pass them on to others. (2 Timothy 2:2, NLT)             According to CBS News, 86% of today’s young people want to become social media influencers (see https://www.cbsnews.com/news/social-media-influencers-86-of-young-americans-want-to-become-one/). The wild part is that

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Everyday Discipleship Every Day: The Call Is Coming from Inside the House

Don’t let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ. (Colossians 2:8, NLT) Have you ever watched those horrifying mystery movies where the phone rings, and it’s someone threatening the person’s life; then, they realize the call is

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Everyday Discipleship Every Day: This Will Happen Too

Imagine you’re having a great time teaching, sharing, and discussing the Scriptures you’ve each been reading, and then it happens. Your disciple asks a question you have no idea how to answer. Our first reaction is possibly to feel a little embarrassed because we kind of feel like we should know all the answers before

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Everyday Discipleship Every Day: The Fear of Losing Our Children

Very little rips at our hearts like the report of a lost child. Prayers go up immediately for the family, for the child, for God to protect and intervene. We know too well what that child may be going through from the fear of being lost to the horror of being abducted. As Christian parents,

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Everyday Discipleship Every Day: The Importance of Jesus’ First and Final Words

First and last words – We learn in psychology that people most remember the first words we say and the last words we say to them. The last words are most important. That’s why your English teacher emphasized the importance of your essay intro and conclusion, but especially making that final thought powerful. Our most

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