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Join us again as I talk with missionary Mark Burgess about the necessity of discipleship, but also the practicalities. An important point that seemed to be emphasized is that you influence and teach people in your area of influence, and should not exclude yourself because you’re not a “clergy member”.
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Is the church service the most important thing a pastor should be focused on? What about his or her sermon?
Did Jesus teach his disciples they must have a splashy web page on the internet?
How does accountability fit into the role of being discipled and making disciples?
Is it possible to be discipled by the pastor of a large mega church through media such as internet and books?
Listen and be challenged as we discuss these and other points that came up in the discussion.
Mark and Anna’s blog: http://theburgessfamilyblog.blogspot.com.
Books I mentioned in the discussion:
The Next Story by Tim Challies
Don’t Waste Your Life – by John Piper