This week Mark shared from James 3:5-12. How we use our tongue is reflective of our inner world and is deeply connected to our spiritual discipleship. He shared with us the Wisdom Pyramid by Brett McCracken, which like a food group pyramid this tool helps us to balance our knowledge intake with how we spend our time, which then over flows into how we speak.
John Mark Comer closes the Rebuilders seminars with a session on engaging in the Spiritual Disciplines (practices) - modeled after Jesus' own approach to these practices - as the 'how' of discipleship.
John Mark Comer continues his session on spiritual formation and discipleship, looking at a contrasting path of intentional spiritual formation and how this is pursued through practice and training.
John Mark Comer speaks in-depth about spiritual formation, and in particular, how the disciple needs to guard against 'unintentional' spiritual formation, instead taking a long-term approach to transformation that is a joint effort between God and us.
Mark Sayers opens day 2 of Rebuilders 2017 with an invitation to not just be haunted by a 'memory of Christianity' and the idea of a 'search', but to actually go on the search and live deeply in the desire for a heart of flesh and undivided spirit - signs of a life transformed by Christ.
Sarah Deutscher speaks from Exodus on wilderness, idols and Sabbath in the life of the leader-disciple.
John Mark Comer (Bridgetown Church, Portland US) shares an introductory message for church and ministry leaders on spiritual formation and discipleship.
Mark introduces Rebuilders 2017 with an overview of the cultural climate in which Australian churches find themselves, and an invitation to take up the mantle of preparing the ground for a generation to rebuild.
At our Mid-East PM Service this week, Mark interviews John Mark Comer about what discipleship looks like for him and his ministry.