Christianity as We Know It Is Dying; Let’s Welcome the New Life Ahead



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We don't need more Christians

We don't need more Christians. What we need are more disciples! Loving God and Loving Neighbor are useless without the Great Commission. We talk about love so much but we never talk about going, baptizing, and more so, we never talk about "teaching them to obey all My commandments (Matt 28:16-20). Discipleship will change the world and Jesus taught us how to do that with his life. Salvation focus on the individual but discipleship and evangelism focus on others- lead them to God and teach them to obey Jesus' commands. Spiritual formation in the believer teaches obedience and action not pew sitting. Discipleship requires movement with the spirit, action in concert with the living God. Discipleship is not social justice, discipleship is walking in Jesus' foot steps to minister to others.

Jeff 251 days ago

John Wesley did not save the poor of England

By approaching them with a social justice initiative, he took them the gospel and then when some expressed interest in what the gospel message meant for their lives, Methodism was truly born and individuals were guided into living a life centered in God regardless of their circumstances.

betsy 248 days ago

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