Category Archives: Audio musings

For disciple-makers and their disciples…

The way I look at things, if you’re either a new Christian or a Christian helping some new Christian become a more solid and fruitful Christian. We’re all supposed to be disciples and disciple-makers.

Some years ago, some friends of mine and I made an audio recording for people who’ve freshly come to Jesus. Luke Wiget produced it and added his own music, I give a brief teaching on six things that new Christians need to know, and other friends (Art, Gallo, Joy, Ella, Luke, and Melissa) talk about what helps them grow in their faith.

I pass this on to you not just for your edification, but so you’ll give it to anyone you know that’s recently come to Jesus. Foundations 1a… 

Beyond this short introduction to the Christian walk, I also commend to you my written series called, Foundations 101. In this I elaborate on the six topics that I introduced in 1a…

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How’s your “epieikes”?

I think all followers of Jesus should be “kind,” don’t you? There’s a seldom-talked-about and even more seldom practiced Christian quality that’s captured in a somewhat frequently used term in the New Testament – “Epieikes.” Pronounce it any way you want to – I do.

Since, in all likelihood you are already as kind as you want to be, you might want to pass this audio message of mine on to one of your less-than-kind friends or family members. Since the title doesn’t give it away, they won’t suspect a thing that you’re really trying to say something to them in particular. It’ll be like leaving tracts in the toilet paper roll for your  decidely un-christian spouse – a practice that has, over the years, been an effective method of spousal evangelism.

If you have no such friends (or enemies), still, I ask you, “How’s Your Epieikes”?