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Resources: discipleship

Knowing God’s Will

Knowing God's Will

When you know Christ, when you saturate yourself in His Word, knowing God’s will naturally follows. It’s not hidden and obscure, it’s clearer than it’s ever been.

Leading By Serving

Leading By Serving

Effective role-modeling presupposes close relationships and therefore serves as a protection to both leader and follower.

Learn to Want What is Best

When we see things clearly, with an eternal perspective, what we value and what we want radically changes.

If a person enters into a relationship with Jesus Christ, shouldn’t there begin a transformation in their life?

It is quite amazing how often the term “legalism” comes up when there is a serious discussion about obedience or its result, holiness. 

I struggle with forgiving my parents for the painful home environment I grew up in. Do you know of any books that could help me?

I struggle with forgiving my parents for the painful home environment I grew up in. Do you know of any books that could help me?

I highly recommend David Augsburger’s The Freedom of Forgiveness. Also, Philip Yancy’s What’s So Amazing about Grace?, which shows us how God’s forgiveness of us should result in our forgiveness of others. 

Loving God and Trusting in His Promises

If you want to increase your desire for God, then get to know him in a deeper way.

Gift of Hope

Gift of Hope

There is a gift God has given his people in all ages that has enabled them not just to hold on, but to experience fulfillment even in times of great difficulty. This gift is hope.

The Cost of Discipleship

Note from Randy: I wrote this to the men in a study group I led, based on Dallas Willard’s book, Spirit of the Disciplines.

A History of Your Life

O that we practiced the heavenly spiritual exercise of meditating on the providences of God! How sweet it would make our lives...

What is the relationship between theology and worldview?

Though worldview and theology can be distinguished from each other in secondary ways, in the primary sense, I think they are not only inseparable, but practically synonymous.

 

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