Monthly Archives: June 2014

Get a Discipleship Mentor. Be a Discipleship Mentor.

Kind of a cool happenstance today.  I met with the Fellowship of Believers for a discipleship huddle.  (In discipleship huddles, we work on learning a set of tools for discipleship that we can use in our own lives and pass … Continue reading

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We are a Missional Church. What does that mean?

I did a google search last week for “missional church in Jacksonville.”   I got a few hits.  And I was a little disappointed.  What I found was that if a church had mission projects, they called themselves “missional.”  If … Continue reading

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MCE Lessons Learned

Originally posted on Learning and Launching a Missional Community:
I find GK Chesterton’s words to be very encouraging: “Anything worth doing is worth doing badly.”  Discipleship usually begins with stumbling attempts.  But we want to get better.  That means, we…

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Ready, Fire, Aim.

I heard something tonight at my daughter’s fifth grade graduation.  One of the speakers quoted a basketball coach who supposedly said, “Do what you need to do and do it right the first time.  Because you may never get the … Continue reading

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