2 Kings 7
We spent this week talking about who we want to be as a church. John used 2 Kings 7 as a framework as he pressed us to share the “good news” with those around us. We talked extensively about our desire to be a church that “lives on the front porch” – as we invite our friends and neighbors to do life with us. We also want to be excellent “around our kitchen tables” – as we log lots of hours with others for the purpose of making disciples.
A great reminder in this process for us as a church can be summed up in the words of Dallas Willard:
“A disciple is a person who has decided that the most important thing in their life is to learn how to do what Jesus said to do. A disciple is not a person who has things under control, or knows a lot of things. Disciples simply are people who are constantly revising their affairs to carry through on their decision to follow Jesus.”
If you would like to begin a conversation about following Jesus or would like to talk more about how your story and the Gospel connect, we would love to hear from you. If you have questions, please feel free to ask them here.