Category Archives: Christ-Centered Ministry

The Triangle of Discipleship: Self-Denial, Self-Sacrifice, Self-Control

Do the words self-denial, self-sacrifice, and self-control strike fear into your heart? There are not many people who delightfully pursue self-denial, self-sacrifice or self-control. We prefer pleasure, security and comfort. Graciously, sometimes our relationships and circumstances provide pleasure, security and … Continue reading

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Three Essential Qualities of a Disciple

In Mark 3, the gospel writer speaks about the appointment of the twelve men whom Jesus set apart to be His apostles: And He went up to the mountain and summoned those whom He Himself wanted, and they came to Him. … Continue reading

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Participating in the Ministry of Christ

Approaches to the ministry of the church are legion. There are those who base their philosophy of ministry on tradition, purpose, programs, seekers, or events. There are those who find the answers to ministry in marketing, corporate management, or pop … Continue reading

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