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Category Archives: Discipleship

  1. Jesus Still Calms Storms!

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    15 June 2019 by romanin

    This is a story about the kindness of God towards my family and my kids. A story of answered prayer that my children will not forget! A miracle.

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  2. Doubting Thomas

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    20 May 2019 by romanin

    What did Thomas feel when he was told that Jesus was alive? Frustrated ? Angry? Three years of his life was spent with Jesus. For three years, Jesus built up his hopes in a future where things were finally looking as they should. Promises of life and justice. All worthy of Thomas giving up his normal livelihood. And then Jesus dies. All hope is dashed. What must he have felt?

  3. Like Changing your Mother

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    28 April 2019 by romanin

    This year we held the third annual Cross-Cultural Ministry Workshop at Faith West.  We had a guest speaker (a missionary …
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  4. Discipleship in the Wilderness 2

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    19 September 2018 by romanin

    It is now still the early parts of Sunday morning.  If you haven’t read the previous post, the following is …
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  5. Discipleship in the Wilderness 1

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    14 September 2018 by romanin

    In two parts, read how God worked wonderfully in the life of this Chinese student during a 2 day hike in the Indiana wilderness!

  6. What Target Are You Missing?

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    14 May 2018 by romanin

    The word ‘sin’ in the New Testament is translated from the Greek word ‘hamartia’ which among other things means ‘to …
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  7. The Atonement, A Fresh Perspective

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    16 August 2017 by romanin

    A few months back, I attended the Honor and Shame conference.  A gathering of wonderful minds focused on understanding and …
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  8. Real Prosperity

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    4 February 2017 by romanin

    I want to know what it means to prosper, or to be powerful, as a Christian. And I suppose I mean in general terms. Is a prosperous Christian one who has been blessed with wealth and family? What about the Christians in the middle east that have a sword to their necks? If they hold the law in their hearts, are they to still be considered prosperous? What does it mean to prosper in this age in God’s economy?

  9. Head to Heart Discipleship

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    14 December 2016 by romanin

    I’ve heard it said that the longest distance is from the head to the heart.  I don’t know who first …
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