How grateful I am that, even in the midst of my sin, I will never hear my God say, “Why can’t you just be a better parent?”
You are the Mortar, They are the Bricks: The Foundation of Relational Discipleship
Your leadership provides the structure necessary for your volunteers to develop the relationships with students necessary for relational discipleship to happen.
Jesus lived his entire life on earth with one goal: to do his Father’s business, regardless of what people thought or how long it took. Let us have the same singular focus as well.
It is not our great works that please the Lord, but Christ’s love that transforms our actions into glorious deeds.
I can say that I am “gospel-centered” all I want, but the true test of that moniker comes through what I deliver as “of first importance” – not merely in my teaching, but as I disciple and walk with students through suffering.