I am still passionate about making disciples because I often meet people whose experience in Christ reminds me of mine before I met my mentor, Soup Campbell. Through his Godly influence in my life, the Gospel came alive to me and I experienced a revolution in my faith. Biblical discipleship is an important investment into the next generation of believers.
Soup Campbell and the Unlikely Disciple
Kennon had been a Christian for a decade and was trying his best to serve the Lord, but felt stagnant and hungry for more. When he made an unlikely friendship, he discovered the power of Christ-like discipleship and lifestyle teaching. In the next two posts, he shares with us how God changed his heart and gave him a passion for discipleship and mentoring.
Discipleship, Friendship and Family (Take Five)
In our lives, God gives us people - some difficult, encouraging, beautiful, fun or challenging - and he helps us to see ourselves and each other as part of his family. Through each other, we are taught how to love, disciple and serve as Jesus modeled for us. How are you loving the people in your life? Who has God given you to serve in his name this week?
Faith and discipleship, Encouragement for the journey (Take Five)
Every person goes through difficult seasons in life. Sometimes, we just need to be reminded of our calling, our purpose, and who God is despite our problems or concerns. In today’s Take Five, we’re looking at a prayer for encouragement, a look at the seasons of life, how to use self-control, handling tough situations and mentoring others on the journey of faith
Christian Mentoring, Teaching and Discipleship (Take Five)
Healthy relationships are essential to a healthy spiritual life. In today’s Take Five, we look at friendship, mentors, discipleship, teachers and leaders and how those relationships can be nurtured and grown in a Christ-like way. Use today’s resources to grow a relational area of your life - maybe you need to reach out and ask for a mentor, or maybe you need to be a friend to someone else.