Doug continues looking at the Holy Spirit, paying particular focus to the Holy Spirit’s work through community. The Fairly Spiritual Show · The Holy Spirit and Community
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On today’s show Doug talks about abandoning the myth of the perfect church, family, friendship or community. Doug also talks about why he is praying for Robert Mueller and the Russian Investigation.
Doug talks about how Jesus and his disciples ministered through community. He looks at how most Christian leadership books get the concept of Jesus and discipleship wrong. He also examines how Paul’s ministry began because of the work of Barnabas.
On today’s show Doug talks about the danger of being a lone, alone Christian. He looks at the biblical images of being the body of Christ and the temple of God. He also looks at the warning against destroying God’s church.
Doug talks about how Christians have been saved to become a people that will bless the rest of the people on the face of the earth. Christ went to the cross to fulfill God’s promise to Abraham. As Christians our lives are to be an expression of God’s promise to Abraham. This means we live […]
Doug talks about how we are only fully human in and through community. He looks at how community helps us understand God and ourselves.
Doug talks about how Jesus discipled through community. He looks at discipleship as a relationship more than a process and examines the problem with making discipleship a church program rather than a way of living.
Doug talks about the power of seeing the church as the body of Christ and the temple of God. In isolation we cannot understand or express the fullness of God. He also talks about the dangers of destroying or dividing God’s church.
Doug talks about why the Holy Spirit was poured out on the day of Pentecost and how Pentecost reversed the curse of Babel. No snakes were handled.
You might not fully understand one of the primary reasons Christ saved you. Here is a hint: it is not about you! Doug talks about the powerful community implications of salvation by looking at God’s promise to Abraham.