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My discipleship definitions (part 2)

Questions to Ask in 2021
In yesterday’s blog, in an effort to breathe a little life into some tired old terms, I defined a few words you may use in discipling another person. Here are six more words:Debriefing – A post-experience conversation asking, “What happened?” and “What did you learn?” and “How will you change…
By Seth Barnes

In yesterday’s blog, in an effort to breathe a little life into some tired old terms, I defined a few words you may use in discipling another person. Here are six more words:

Debriefing – A post-experience conversation asking, “What happened?” and “What did you learn?” and “How will you change?”

Spiritual Fathering – The masculine brand of discipleship featuring more of an emphasis on challenge (as opposed to nurture) than discipleship as practiced by the opposite sex.

Initiation – A formal and partially scripted stage in the awakening process.

Spiritual Inheritance – The piece of the Kingdom of God that God wants to use you to help awaken.

Salvation – The Immigration room to the Kingdom of God where most Christians pitch their tent and live.

Spiritual Adventure – The process of learning to see reality with the eyes of your heart and committing to that reality.

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