There is an ever-increasing need to cultivate a reflective mind - a mind that reflects on what's most important in life. I've noticed that when it comes to cultivating a reflective mind, there are internal and external barriers. The most often cited are fear, busyness, and noise.
I desire to create opportunities for people to engage in discipling relationships, and this is my first attempt at creating a online environment focused on a singular topic with friends from around the U.S. who want to follow Jesus more deeply and intentionally with their whole lives.
Each year I read quite a few books and while I don’t recommend everything I read, I thought there were some that might interest you. In no particular order, this is the list of books I read this past year that I found the most helpful/interesting/challenging/inspiring.
A quick search on Amazon reveals an astounding 7,000 books on discipleship, so is another discipleship book really necessary considering the sheer volume of resources available today?
Topeka is known for a lot of things like Truckhenge, potatoes, and tornadoes, but if I’m honest, praying for the well-being of the city is an area I need to grow in. If people are praying I imagine they’re praying for a ticket out of the city.