Second Semester Part II: Extend
There is a natural, non-threatening method by which every follower of Jesus can become seriously intentional about personally walking out our Lord's last Great Commission to us all.
The daily conduct of our lives: the deeds we do or don't do, the seeds we sow, the victory we demonstrate are all critical to effective disciple making.
Disciple-making has to become a conscious priority in every obedient believer's set of chosen goals as well as in his personal, daily lifestyle.
In "The Trial by Fire" the flame of God's life is fanned within the believer as he or she is brought into maturity and holiness.
Committed love is far more than just sentimental feelings. Rather, it is expressed in those tough actions which reveal faithfulness, loyalty and service.
In His Son, Jesus, God has established with us a love covenant every aspect of which is mirrored in the partaking together of the Lord's Supper.
Extend 7: Love is a learned lifestyle. It never develops in a vacuum, but only as we relate deeply and openly with those in whose midst Jesus places us.