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Cyber-discipling: round 2

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Five days ago I offered to start another cyber-discipling group. Since then, nine of you have signed up (though only one did so on line). So now I’m closing the door on this group. I’ve learned a few things from the last experiment and hope that this next couple of months will not only help us…
By Seth Barnes

Five days ago I offered to start another cyber-discipling group. Since then, nine of you have signed up (though only one did so on line). So now I’m closing the door on this group. I’ve learned a few things from the last experiment and hope that this next couple of months will not only help us to grow individually, but will also teach us a few things about using the internet as an adjunct to spiritual growth. We have much to share with a generation being weaned on it.

Like it or not, we’re not around each other in this modern world as much as we need to be to disciple as Jesus did. So, we need to find ways to bridge the gaps we face. This blog and these periodic experiments in discipling are my little attempt to do so.

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Tonight at 11:31 I’ve got Eva Cassidy* on the stereo singing “Tall Trees in Georgia.” If you were here in my living room, who knows what great conversations we’d have together. But we’re separated by who knows how many miles and how many life experiences. And so the nine of us will start where we are and see where it takes us.

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*You ought to buy this album – listen to this typical review: “Simply put, this CD has changed my life. “Over the Rainbow” stopped me in my
tracks the first time I heard it, bringing tears to my eyes. I’ve listened to it
at least 50 times in the last few days, and it still moves me like no other
piece of music ever has. Eva Cassidy has raised the bar by which vocal performance will be measured from
now on.”

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