Category Archives: Discipleship

The Great Commission

Jesus came and told his disciples, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy … Continue reading

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Did the pharisees get rebuked because they obeyed Christ’s teaching or because they disregarded it? Obedience vs. legalism in churches today

“But as for you, teach what accords with sound doctrine.” (Titus 2:1) Mark 7 is just one of those chapters in the Bible that is simply fascinating. ┬áJesus was (and is) so witty how He knew just what to say … Continue reading

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It is human to stand with the crowd, it is divine to stand alone…

By Paul Pilgrim of Remnant Radio “It is human to stand with the crowd, it is divine to stand alone.It is man-like to follow the people, to drift with the tide.It is God-like to follow a principle, to stem the … Continue reading

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Everything in moderation: A Biblical term? What does it mean to be ‘born again’, being on fire for God vs. lukewarm

What is it like to be ‘born again’? Is it responding to an alter call or saying a prayer once when a child? Being born again means we are a completely new creation. It’s a major overhaul. We see the … Continue reading

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