Messages about discipleship


A Song of Security

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: discipleship, Hope, security

A look to the hills for help ends in disappointment. For all their stunning beauty and majesty, for all their quiet strength and firmness, they are in the end just hills. Faith’s vision stretches beyond the hills to the God who made the hills, the Lord of heaven and earth. In the Lord God is security and hope for the long journey of discipleship.  Text: Psalm 121


A Song of Longing for Wholeness

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: discipleship, repentance, wholeness

Submersed in a culture swarming with lies and malice, the longing for peace and truth sets us on a pilgrim search for wholeness in the presence God. Dissatisfaction with the world of sin is necessary preparation to walk in the way of discipleship. Text: Psalm 120


Salvation: A Relationship That Transforms!

Speaker: Nevin Hurst
Topics: discipleship, Salvation, transformation

Salvation is more than just agreeing to believe a certain way. But what is it? What does the Bible really teach about being saved? Turns out, it’s a broader concept than what we thought, affecting all of us, not just our minds.


The Mission of Christ in a Cup of Water

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: call, discipleship, mission

Christ’s first miracle involved jugs of water. However, from there away Jesus used a cup of water to demonstrate true discipleship. Consider what the contrasts between the two might teach us today. Text: Matthew 10:27-42


Follow This Man to Freedom

Speaker: Nevin Hurst
Topics: discipleship, honest confession

Jesus was challenging the Jews to turn to him for real freedom, and they didn’t even realize they needed help. Only the Son can set anyone truly free.  Text: John 8:31-36


The Wall

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Topics: discipleship, friendship

Christian life starts with a realization of Jesus Christ into discipleship and activity. Many Christians get comfortable in the activity, realizing we can maintain control and comfort within Christian service. God’s desire for us is to get past this wall, to move into a deep friendship with Him, and show unconditional love to others. Text: Hosea 6:4-7, Matthew 12:7


Take Up Your Cross Daily

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Topics: daily living, discipleship

What does Jesus mean when He asks us to take up our cross daily? We should be thankful, rest in Gods love, fear the Lord and count the cost. We must daily exercise our faith in Jesus. Text: Lk 9:23-25, Matthew 11:28-30, Luke 12:4-6, Luke 9:57-62