The church is God’s idea, and we must seek to restore her to Jesus' original purpose. New Beginnings Church is focused and committed to making disciples that could turn around and make disciples. Understand the context of the passage in which Jesus gives His church the Great Commission. Jesus had been tortured (whipped, crown of thorns, and the cross) to death. Jesus died, was [...]
We make disciples of all peoples and all nations for the glory of God.
It is no mistake that Jesus links His complete and absolute authority with the command that we “go” and make disciples of all nations.
Christianity continues on this planet because Christians spiritually reproduce, or make disciples.
Spiritual children can be excited about their faith, and in many ways they are innocent and cute. But as all parents know, the immaturity of a child cause many problems too.
Spiritual Young Adults are zealous for God and can be characterized as being “God-focused” and “other-centered.”
A disciple-maker’s role is similar to that of a parent, as every Christian is in a growth process as well, beginning with spiritual birth at salvation and then continuing on our entire lives. We see terms in the Bible that illustrate this truth. “grow up” in our salvation - 1 Peter 2:2. refusing to “grow up” - 1 Corinthians 3:1-3 “still infants” [...]
In the first stage, a person is spiritually dead, meaning that he or she has not been born again.
Every Christian is in a growth process as well, beginning with spiritual birth at salvation and then continuing on our entire lives.
Parents teach thier kids about the Lord, we are to spend time with them and be in proximity with them. Time and proximity enable us to get to know our kids well and to learn where they are spiritually and what they need to be taught.
I need intentional disciple-makers who know the vision of our church: WE MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL PEOPLES AND ALL NATIONS, FOR THE GLORY OF GOD.
Disciples of Jesus Christ must never forget that we are people with a mission.
God’s mission is accomplished. The redeemed from every tribe and language and people and nation. are gathered, singing a new song!
The Lamb of God is none other than the crucified Jesus, the Lamb and Lion of God.
Revelation chapters 4–5 represent the pivot point of the book. They tie the risen Lord’s opening exhortations to the churches (Revelation 2–3) to the judgments and final triumph of the Lamb (Revelation 6–22). God’s ultimate triumph will serve as fuel to enable the persecuted churches to endure the coming sufferings. These chapters also provide the historical and theological basis of the risen [...]
The One who will come is none other than the same crucified and risen Jesus - The Lamb of God, the Lion of Judah, the Root of David.