Tag Archives: discipleship

Re-writing the rules of leadership

Ron is not perfect, and this is not only common knowledge, but one of the main reasons why he is such a good mentor. Leaders are naturally strong personalities and they’re going to butt heads with other strong individuals around … Continue reading

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There was no question. As soon as I found out Ron Ritchie was under hospice care at home, and his sons had been called in, I had to go. It was not a nice thing to do; it was a … Continue reading

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Swing low, sweet chariot

Dark Horse by John Fischer He’s a dark horse in the nighttime Heading straight for the enemy camp And he has no fear ‘cause his eye is clear Throwing light like a burning lamp And maybe sometime at the right … Continue reading

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Bridge to the next generation

Following is a letter we sent out over the weekend to all our MemberPartners and major donors. It’s a letter that explains why we need to raise $5,000 by the end of the day today. We are sending it out … Continue reading

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Students forever at the feet of Jesus

Yesterday we established the fact that Jesus has put us all in the discipleship and disciple-making business, and that part of understanding what that means is to realize we are all students of Christ. A disciple is a student, and … Continue reading

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Students of Christ

And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and … Continue reading

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Everyone, everywhere

The vision of the Catch Ministry is: To introduce the Gospel of Welcome — Grace Turned Outward — to everyone, everywhere. “Everyone, everywhere” is not just an overstatement for a whole lot of people, nor is it a way of … Continue reading

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Memorial stones

College is a major life-changing, life-forming experience, especially if you go away to another area of the country and you live on campus. Your entire environment changes and you are living in a community where you have no history. No … Continue reading

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