Monthly Archives: November 2012

18.11.12 – How Jesus Made Disciples: Doing Life Together – Peter Cheyne

You might remember that we are looking at how Jesus made disciples. We are trying to identify the principles He modelled and that we should emulate. Today’s principle is pretty obvious: disciples are made via relationships. Jesus wanted to establish … Continue reading

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11.11.12 – How Jesus Made Disciples: Intentionality – Peter Cheyne

Read Mark 3:7-19 One of the keys to being effective as a church is knowing what we are meant to do – what our mission is. Why do we exist? Churches can be very busy places with all sorts of … Continue reading

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4.11.12 – God Puts A Premium On Maturity – Peter Cheyne

The heart of the mission of the church is disciple-making. When Jesus commissioned His disciples for their role in the world, he said, “Go and make disciples.” Then He gave two stages in that process: firstly, baptising them (which means … Continue reading

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