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J3 Celebration – Mark Driscoll (Speaker)
November 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Mark Driscoll & Darien Bennett
A Blessing to Men and Their Families!
Since it’s birth, the Discipleship program, has over 100 men in small groups ( Groups) in the process of discipleship. There are also groups currently in Idaho, Texas, California and soon to be in Iowa. The ages of the men range from high school to men in their eighties. We have begun to see some multiplication in just a short time as a few men that have already completed a few sessions in Module #1 and then reached out to men in their sphere of influence and created their own groups.
WHAT MEN ARE SAYING…
The comments coming out of the groups are positive and inspiring! Just through the first 2 Sessions of Module #1, men are learning to “Know the Way of God” and beginning to grow in their relationship with Him. One man said; “I am so blessed to belong to a group of men that I really look forward to sharing and being with each week. Every time we are together the Holy Spirit is working through us and God’s Word to mature us in Christ. I can’t say enough about the material and how it has guided and impacted myself and the others around me! There is no doubt, I am changing, growing in Christ and. . . even my wife has said this to me!”
There is also interest from men wanting to join groups throughout other parts of the valley. So, we are currently looking for men who can lead groups in the West Valley, East Valley, and the South Valley.
Excerpt From: Discipleship,
“In life, stuff happens—we are born—we live, and we die. We need to have an anchor for our lives, something to hold fast to through the ups and downs of life. Not a crutch, but a ‘rock’ to stand on rather than the shifting sand of culture, technology, and religion (Psalm 18:2; 1 Corinthians 10:4). That is why we need a God who is bigger than life, certainly One who is bigger than death. We need a God who cannot be killed, a God who can not die. We don’t need magic or myths to hold onto. Yet, we need God to be real—personal so that we are able to talk with Him as well as know about Him. This means we will need to know about His character attributes—about what is God like?”