Foundations Archives - Page 2 of 13 - Saturate

Foundations Archives - Page 2 of 13 - Saturate

DiscipleshipServant
April 29, 2021

What Are We Doing?

  The world is a mess, you may have noticed. It’s been broken and aching for restoration since Genesis chapter 3. We see the brokenness everywhere, but the means for restoration often seems nowhere to be found—usually a result of…
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ChurchDiscipleshipGospelLeadership
April 19, 2021

Reframing Where We Are

This blog is an excerpt from our recently released Leader Cohort Series.  We designed this series of videos and guides to help groups of pastors and leaders to meet together in cohorts for the purpose of growing in health, learning…
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ChurchDiscipleshipFoundationsResources
April 13, 2021

What Does Membership Have To Do With Gospel Saturation?

    This year has left us all longing for more… more than pandemic fears and isolation, political unrest, racial injustices, economic challenges, and the weariness in our own souls. We long for hope, peace, and joy. We long for…
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GospelSpiritual Growth
April 1, 2021

A Sorrowful Good Friday

  Jesus walked the earth as a man with flesh and bones. Take a moment to try to sense how real He is. Try to feel it. Picture His dark curly hair, His deep olive complexion, His eyes full of…
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DiscipleshipFoundationsGospel
March 25, 2021

Gospel Fluency for Our Neighbors

  This year has presented many opportunities to speak of Jesus with our friends and neighbors. After all we’ve gone through, our neighbors' needs and emotions create space to enter into their real experiences and point them to the truth…
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DiscipleshipFoundationsGospel
March 17, 2021

Gospel Fluency for Our Fear

Pastors and leaders, have you felt out of control over this past year? If we’re honest, many of us have been filled with fear about our churches, our leadership, and the future of pastoral ministry as a whole. In the…
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DiscipleshipSpiritual GrowthWomen
March 9, 2021

The Way through the Wilderness

  Last year when the Angel Soft and Lysol—along with staple foods like Ramen and Chef Boyardee—disappeared from our grocery shelves, I was strangely filled with a bit of anticipation. I thought it could be the wilderness that would teach…
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EthicsGospel
December 15, 2020

We Must Kill Racism Before It Kills Us

  The legendary American poet and activist, Maya Angelou, once wrote, “Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future, and renders the present inaccessible.” As we consider how our presuppositions affect our view of the world, it…
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DiscipleshipFamilyGospelResources
November 4, 2020

Advent Resources for 2020

  Waiting. Waiting etches itself into the experience of every son and daughter of God through the pains of bondage, plague, drought, and storm. Sarah and Abraham waited for Isaac. Joseph waited for his brothers and God’s grace to make…
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ApologeticsArts & CultureBible & TheologyCommunityCurrent EventsDiscipleshipDomains of SocietyEveryday RhythmsFaith and WorkFoundationsMissionMissionary
October 1, 2020

Discipleship as an Invitation to Relationship

  (Post nine in an eleven-part series from Alan Hirsch. Read post ten here.) Stop being overly “spiritual,” using insider, religious language, to talk about God—it mostly alienates people. The reality is, to become a missional Christian, we begin by simply…
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Current EventsMissionMissionary
September 23, 2020

How the Pandemic Will Change Evangelism for Good

  Will leaders, called of God to minister, rise to the challenge of equipping the body to do the work of evangelizing others to Christ during this unique and pivotal time in the life of the church? At times, outreach…
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