The parable of the Sower in Matthew 13 reveals several mindsets that keep us from receiving the blessings God has for us in His Kingdom.
What if our discipleship programs and classes were never the ways Jesus intended for us to be discipled and to disciple others? Let’s discover how to recover the relational, lifestyle kind of discipleship Jesus modeled for us with His own 12 followers…
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Do you have “the spirit of Caleb?” This mighty man of God (Numbers 14 & Joshua 14) represents a generation of sold-out, on fire followers of Jesus, who are learning how to war for the specific inheritance we’ve been given in the Kingdom!
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The prodigal son felt completely unworthy to return to his father’s house as a son. He was, however, willing to become a servant in order to receive the blessings of a servant. Our Father God gives us the same freedom to do likewise, and many settle for a servant/master relationship, and are satisfied with a servant’s portion instead of the unlimited abundance that a son has access to. How do you see yourself?
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Esther was given a difficult assignment from the Lord which could have cost her life. Even though she lived a life of great wealth and comfort as queen, she was willing to forsake everything because of her love for God and her people. How far would you go in obeying God?
Preachers are fond of telling us that we need to repent of this sin or that bad habit. But what exactly is repentance, why is it important, and how do you even know if you’re doing it right? Join us as we discuss more of the Prodigal Son story, and learn what his experience teaches us about this subject.
Mordecai asked Esther to put her life on the line for her people, and declared his belief that God had brought her to this place of prominence “for such a time as this.” Join Gary Fishman and the Word Encounter crew as we discuss how God places us strategically where we live, work, fellowship, etc., in order to accomplish His purposes.
When the Prodigal Son finally made the decision to return home, he began a process of restoration that would ultimately bring him into the fullness of relationship with his father… the kind of close relationship his father had always wanted with him. Join the Word Encounter crew as we discuss how anyone can enter in to this restoration process and find real intimacy with our Father God.