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The Lost Art of Disciplemaking

The Lost Art of Disciplemaking

 
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When making a purchase, we love to see the words "satisfaction guaranteed." Wouldn't it be great if life came with that same warranty? One of our greatest desires is to be able to look back on our lives and feel truly fulfilled--fully satisfied that we have lived a life of purpose and meaning. Jesus promised to empower us to live life to the fullest. Not that life would be free of difficulty, but rather, amidst the challenges of life, we would still experience joy, peace, and deep fulfillment. But how can we experience that life? John Ortberg writes, "The heart of Christianity is about transformation--about a God who isn't just concerned with our 'spiritual lives', but who wants to impact every aspect of living. It's realizing that God meets us, not in a monastery, but on Main Street, and that all of everyday life has the potential to be lived as if Jesus himself were the one living it." Join us beginning on January 13th as we talk about 8 core practices that will transform you and give you the life you have always wanted. As your life is transformed by Jesus Christ, He promises you that you will experience true fulfillment--satisfaction guaranteed!