Sermons on Discipleship (Page 3)
With the Tower of Babel, God deals with rebellious humankind by giving them different languages so they can no longer understand each other. In Acts 2 we see all those different languages being used by the Spirit to tell the world about Jesus. What once divided, now unites.
In John 10:1-10 Jesus talks about being the good shepherd, and the need for us to recognise his voice. But how do we do that? Where do we start?
Those who drink of the water I will give them will never be thirsty. The water that I will give them will become in them a spring of water gushing up to eternal life.John 4.14
The transfiguration was a true one-off event, but what happened afterwards and how does that apply to us today as we seek to hear God’s calling?
In September 2016, Jeremy Bevan, Marc Winchester and John & Rosalind Matty went to this conference at Lee Abbey. Jeremy has written up a synopsis of the five sessions, which were led by David Bracewell.
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus?
Jo Vickery and Anita Dobson from Christchurch Down End, Bristol, talk about an initiative from The London Institute of Contemporary Christianity to help us grow as disciples and as a church, and how we can have a real effect within our community.