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People of Peace in Practice

Earlier this year I wrote about people of peace through the lens of Luke 10. This video is another way to think about people of peace from a practical perspective: Advertisements

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Church Planting Movements and Discovery Bible Studies

The underlying theme of Luke 10 is that people need to meet Jesus. This is the why Jesus sent the 72 disciples ahead of him “to every town and place he was about to go” (verse 1). The disciples’ job … Continue reading

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Church Planting Movements and Households

Jesus established the importance of building relationships with entire households in Luke 10:5. However, it is not until the book of Acts that we clearly see the powerful results of doing this: Cornelius and his household are saved (Acts 10, … Continue reading

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Church Planting Movements and People of Peace

Luke 10 is one of the places where we learn from Jesus how to make disciples. For example, this is where we learn about the role of prayer (verse 2) and the need to enter into – or gain access … Continue reading

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The first thing we learn in Luke 10 about making disciples is that we need to pray. This is how Jesus began his instructions to the 72 disciples: “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord … Continue reading

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but the workers are few

Jesus didn’t just tell us to make disciples – he told us and showed us how to make disciples. One example of this is found in Luke 10, where Luke writes about how Jesus sent 72 of his followers “two … Continue reading

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