• Christians have always affirmed that spiritual growth happens when we spend time alone with God. The more you as a Christian meditate on the gospel, the more the gospel centers you and shapes your life. This is a glorious truth. But an equally glorious truth is that spiritual growth also happens in community.

  • The aim of discipleship and spiritual growth is NOT to complete a program, or to go to church more, or to even read your Bible more. The aim of discipleship is the glory of God through the worship of Christ “in every way” as we become more and more like Christ, through his indwelling life.

  • This week we talked about BOLD disciple making. Making Disciples is our great commission given to us by our Savior. Therefore it is something that we must take seriously.

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