#006: Good News and Transformation (Part 2 of 2) [PODCAST]
This podcast session features the LAST part of my LAST talk in the series, “Being Disciples, Making Disciples”. This talk is entitled, “Good News and Transformation”.
Jesus engages in a provocative conversation with a Samaritan woman at the well. Jesus has taught us three important things as follows:
- Jesus asks us to follow Him to challenging places
- Jesus models how ordinary conversation at a well, can become extraordinary if we talk about spiritual things, namely Jesus.
- Jesus illustrates that the Gospel has the power to cross every boundary, like gender, ethnic, and social boundaries.
The rest of this conversation will be intense and revealing!
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Main Text: John 4
- Following Jesus can be challenging, and will push us out of our comfort zones
- God’s Love and His Good News can cross any kind of boundary, as long as we are willing to go and share
- This Good News of Jesus’ love for the world can transform entire communities if we don’t miss the opportunity.
- When was the last time your faith in Jesus got you out of your comfort zone?
- Will you be willing to share God’s love across any kind of boundary? Social, ethnic, gender, etc.?
- How can you be more like the Samaritan Woman in this story? What is God saying to you?
- Discipleship Essentials: A Guide to Building Your Life in Christ by Greg Ogden – affiliate link
- Spiritual Disciplines Handbook: Practices that Transform Us by Adele Calhoun – affiliate link
- Real Life: A Christianity Worth Living Out by James Choung – affiliate link
- I Once Was Lost: What Postmodern Skeptics Taught Us About Their Path to Jesus by Don Everts and Dough Schaupp – affiliate link
- Discipleship Advice from a Medical Student
- How to be a Disciple (that Makes Disciples)!
- InterVarsity South Texas Area Director, Ana Graves
- LOFT City Church, Richardson, TX – Pastor Sam Chacko
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