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Nuff Said: Son of Hamas, Elders as Disciple Makers, Hipster Quitter, Caveats to the #IceBucketChallenge, the new face of the IMB,

Nuff Said is an eclectic collection of articles from the web that grabbed my attention. In this post: Matt Damon, David Platt, Hamas and hipsters. Intrigued?

Nuff said: Bad news believers, hashtag diplomacy, silver bullet of discipleship, single and satisfied?, kids sports, Kid President

Nuff said is a random collection of things I’ve noticed on the web. This entry features the manipulation of stats by Christian leaders, a political cartoon about hashtag diplomacy, discipleship, singleness, kids sports and impact on church attendance, and a reminder from Kid President.

D Harmony and Christian Tingle

Last year, our church produced this video called D Harmony for promoting and highlighting our discipleship ministry. Today, I saw that Tripp and Tyler had produced a video series called Christian Tingle. They have nailed the Christian dating scene. You’ve… Continue Reading →

Review: Growing Up by Robby Gallaty

This is a review of Robby Gallaty’s book “Growing Up” which was released November 2013. GU seeks to be a helpful model for discipleship and structured material for leading people to grow in the Christian faith.


This video promoting disciple-making is a spoof of the E-Harmony commercials. It was produced by two of our staffer at Northstar Church. I didn’t get to see it before it was shown this past Sunday, and I truly laughed my… Continue Reading →

The Myth of Proximity

In Christian circles, you often hear the expression of  “doing life together.” In the past few years, German pastor and martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s book Life Together has become an oft-quoted resource as well. Doing life together is the idea of… Continue Reading →

Can you say, “Watch me!”?

Love this video on the importance of living a life that shows Christ, shares Christ, and speaks Christ. Watch Me! from on Vimeo. HT: Tim Challies

Review: Building a Discipling Culture

This entry is a review of Mike Breen and Steve Cockram’s book “Building a Discipling Culture” which describes the discipleship model of 3DM.

Experiencing God

I’m currently studying Experiencing God for the 4th time. The first time I studied the discipleship course written by Henry Blackaby, I was in my early 20s and an all-knowing seminary student. I was on staff at First Baptist Church,… Continue Reading →

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