The event is over. The students have gone home and the quiet descends on what was once a room full of chaos and chatter. The lives that were united for a few hours this weekend have temporarily scattered across Pensacola. As I pray over the quiet room I recount all the events of the weekend and I can not help but give God the glory for all he has done.
9 Reflections on Disciple Now 2009
- Our teenagers were confronted with the gospel. (One of our students gave her life to Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior!)
- Our teenagers were challenged with a biblical definition of manhood or womanhood. (they can no longer live in ignorance of the issue, they must now choose their actions each day based on the knowledge of an existing framework for how men and women can glorify God together).
- our teenagers were exposed to a model of successful discipleship where students become teachers (all of our leaders had been through this topic with me before…With the exception of John who has lead his students through similar material).