The Jesus who calls us follow him, is also the Jesus who is with us always, is the Jesus who walks alongside us, is the Jesus who calls us his friends. The same Jesus counsels us that we will have trouble in the world, and offers the comfort that he has overcome the world. From …

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Discipleship is following someone to be instructed by how faith leads them to uniquely live out their calling in Jesus, so that you can by faith uniquely live out your calling in Jesus. The goal is not to simply be a carbon copy of their actions, but for your actions to reflect the same faithfulness …

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In a time marked by anxiety, Following Jesus (a collection of talks by the late Henri Nouwen) bids us find our home, our security and belonging, with Jesus. In an early chapter he marks out the transition point of the ministry of John the Baptist, how his first, consistent command of ‘repent’ gives way to …

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There is no place where wounds and pains are absent, even in the fellowship of the church. The Gospel enables the wounds to be openings where light breaks through, the pains a common pointer to future wholeness and joy. This is our expectation as we gather in worship tomorrow. Henri Nouwen writes: It belongs to …

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