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The 4 Dimensions of Growing as a Disciple

February 19th, 2019

By Dana Allin, author of Simple Discipleship Every follower of Christ should have a personal plan for discipleship. As we develop these plans, we must do so in a way that is consistent with how Jesus made disciples. For example, Jesus did more than just give information to His disciples; He also led people into experiences

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How to Change the Way You Read the Word of God

February 5th, 2019

Every day can look different. Some weeks are full, others are slow and have more margin. When it comes to reading our Bibles, some days we just need to hear the Word of God, and some days we want to be guided into a deeper understanding of what the Scriptures are trying to say. As

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Bringing Immerse into Angola Prison

January 29th, 2019

By Paul Caminiti, Institute for Bible Reading Angola Prison, nicknamed “The Alcatraz of the South,” is one of the world’s most notorious prisons. Located outside Baton Rouge, LA, it’s the largest maximum-security prison in the country, with the property bigger in area than Manhattan. It began in the mid-1880’s as a slave plantation, named “Angola”

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From Overconfidence to Self-Assurance

January 22nd, 2019

We all know or have been the “know it all” it a situation. We come at a situation not in a spirit of humility, but with pride and overconfidence. We are not alone. The Bible is filled with men and women of faith who stumbled with overconfidence. But God is in the business of redeeming

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The Gentle Art of Discipling Women

January 15th, 2019

Maturity starts when we begin to see beyond ourselves. We welcome the needs of others as we accurately view ourselves—needy and bruised, but neither hopeless nor helpless. When we disciple another woman, we can earnestly urge her to flourish in the pattern Christ has set before us. In her book The Gentle Art of Discipling

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