We’re all called to different communities, vocations, and different types of ministries. But when we are followers of Jesus, our calling to live out the Great Commission and the Greatest Commandment are the same. Jesus modeled using mundane moments to love people, build tension, and point them to God in a way that caused many of them to step from a curiosity about God to a fully surrendered faith. He mentored twelve men (and many women) who in turn changed the world.
We can adapt his methods and learn from the examples in the Gospels today when we embrace holy interruptions.
- Introducing Embracing Holy Interruptions
- How to Find a Mentor
- Why You Need a Mentor
- How to Embrace Holy Interruptions
- We Need Mentors Who Practice Empathy
- Why We Need Mentors
- It’s Time to Take the Courageous Step of Discipleship
- Discipleship Requires Boundaries
- Support for Pursuing Your Calling Vocationally
- Be the Two Podcast Interview – The Importance of Relational Mentoring
As Christ’s ambassadors (2 Corinthians 5:20), we’re all called to “make disciples of all nations” wherever we live. God invites us to partner with him and live on mission every day, even in the mundane moments of life. We do this when we love people as Jesus taught the disciples to do, without stipulations.
Embracing Holy Interruptions: How Jesus Used Mundane Moments to Love People Deeply is a six-week Bible study that teaches people how to develop a disciple-making movement.
This is not a step-by-step instruction manual.
Jesus modeled using mundane moments to love people, build tension, and point them to God in a way that caused many of them to step from a curiosity about God to a fully surrendered faith. We can adapt his methods and learn from the examples in the Gospels today. This study aims to help people keep their eyes on Jesus and improve their inductive Bible reading skills while also learning to love their neighbors to the best of their ability.
This 6-week study is available in both print and Kindle formats.