Follow Me: Creating a Discipleship-Rich Environment

6 August – 29 October 2017

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Discipleship and loving your neighbour – CB Samuel (29/10/17)

CB Samuel is a Bible teacher, pastor, theologian, mentor, former CEO of a major Indian relief and development organization (EFICOR), missiologist, evangelical leader and passionate advocate for the poor. Speaking from Luke: 5 & 6, CB encourages us as disciples of Jesus, to step out of our safe zone and touch the people in the margins.


How God works through our lives – Mark Sayers (22/10/17)

This week, Mark teaches us the difference between morality and holiness. Many things can create morality, but holiness is the characters of Jesus displayed in the life of a human being.


Understanding whose we are, before know who we are – Brittany White (15/10/17)

We are designed to live sovereignly, not circumstantially through participation with God as He forms and shapes the way we live. Brittany White, one of our Apprentice Ministers, speaks about God’s invitation to live a life with the hope and purpose He intends for us.


Raising Children in a Faith Community – Sue Allison (08/10/17)

This week, our Generations Pastor, Sue Allison gives us wisdom on how we as a church can intentionally pour into our children and help to raise them in a faith community.


Following Jesus Up the Mountain – Peter Evans (01/10/17)

This week, Peter from the Outer East service encourages us to take up Jesus’ invitation to lift our eyes from the crowds and their needs, demands, and expectations and set ourselves apart on the mountain.


God’s revelation in a time of information overload – Mark Sayers (10/09/17)

In a wrap-up of the sub-series creating a discipleship-rich environment, Mark teaches us how to understand from a biblical perspective, what we should be listening to in a time of information overload.


Wisdom in an age of information overload – Mark Sayers (10/09/17)

This week Mark shared from James 3:5-12.  How we use our tongue is reflective of our inner world and is deeply connected to our spiritual discipleship. He shared with us the Wisdom Pyramid by Brett McCracken, which like a food group pyramid this tool helps us to balance our knowledge intake with how we spend our time, which then overflows into how we speak.


Practices of Silence and Solitude – John Mark Comer (3/09/17)

In the chaos of the urban, digital age, it’s easier than ever before to “gain the whole world, and yet lose your soul.” In our Mid-East AM Service, John Mark takes us through how to stay emotionally and spiritually alive and awake through practicing the way of silence and solitude in our apprenticeship with Jesus.

Interview about discipleship with John Mark Comer  – Mark Sayers (3/09/17)

At our Mid-East PM Service this week, Mark interviews John Mark Comer about what discipleship looks like for him and his ministry.


Reframing Reality – Mark Sayers (27/08/17)

Mark speaks about how living in a world that never challenges an individual’s will can create a false reality and challenges us to seek a spiritual reality that is beyond a traditional understanding.


Shaping a discipleship-rich environment in action – Red Apprentice Ministers (20/08/17)

Mark invites the Red Apprentice Ministers as his panel of speakers, who share their up-close and personal journey about ministry and how they’ve been shaped by a discipleship-rich environment.


Giving oxygen to what God wants to grow in you – Mark Sayers (13/08/17)

Mark continues our series in creating a discipleship-rich environment with a practical look at putting strategies in place to grow in Christlikeness.


Creating a Discipleship-Rich Environment – Mark Sayers (06/08/17)

Mark starts our new Follow Me sub-series: Creating a Discipleship-Rich Environment. When the environment is against your flourishing as a follower of Jesus, you need a plan to change your environment.