Early on when I was learning the guitar, I would try and identify the key a song was played in by trying to play a major scale over the music. This was the beginning of what is commonly referred to
I met with Udo while he was in the process of developing a discipleship project for his Master’s degree. Udo loves planning. It comes naturally and he is good at it, as the successful ministries he has built over the last 20-30 years confirm. Yet it never occurred to Udo that his gifts are spiritual.
In 2010, our family had a desire to make discipleship something more than a program or Bible study. I wanted something more organic and integrated into everyday life that would help us pay attention and incorporate spiritual disciplines easily and
I’ve been reading and enjoying the work of Robert Webber recently. Webber led a change in evangelical circles to recover some of the treasures from the early church into our (post)modern mission, worship and thinking. In the appendix of his