Noble Man Breakfast April 20

The Noble Men meet on various Saturday mornings throughout the year.
Breakfast is at 8am and the study begins around 8:30, and we’re out the door by 9:30.

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April 20:

The Passage: Joshua 1:1-9

The Purpose: To understand that when we know that God is with us, this knowledge will empower us to live with strength and courage.

The Point: Moses’ time was about up. God chose Joshua to take over the post of commander and chief of Israel. To lead a nation of people in a godly way, Joshua must possess an abundance of worthy character traits, and towards the top of that list are courage and strength. People naturally follow strength. For those under your leadership, whether it’s family or co-workers, to see you as strong and courageous in all the ways that truly matter, God must be with you.

The Real Men series is taught by Rick Burgess, a nationally syndicated radio talk show host, and founder of Burgess Ministries and The Man Church discipleship strategy.

Godly Stewardship of Life

At the last Family Meeting (on December 3), we discovered that receipts are just keeping up with current expenses, however, when we put this information into context, it paints an interesting picture. If we plan to hire a new lead pastor and a full-time worship pastor (not to mention an office secretary) our current giving level will not sustain these desired positions.

So, your discipleship leadership team (in partnership with the finance committee) encourages you to be a part of a personal Bible study series on the stewardship of your life, which includes these important topics:

1) God’s Ownership Over All
2) Examples of Perfect Giving
3) Stewardship of Our Time
4) Stewardship of Our Bodies
5) Stewardship of Our Talents and Gifts
6) Stewardship of Our Possessions
7) Trusting God with Our Finances
8) Our Accountability to God

These lessons are not going to be taught in your Sunday class (like we did with the ReFocus Series). Rather, this series of lessons is for personal and family use. Perhaps many of our members have never studied in depth the topic of stewardship, which includes being good stewards of our time, talents, and treasure.

These lessons are now available at the church in the Welcome center and in the adult classrooms. We recommend going through one lesson each week (which has plenty of Scripture to read and reflect upon), allowing the Holy Spirit to guide your thoughts, your convictions, and your spirit regarding worshipful and intentional giving through your local church.


The 21 Laws of Discipleship

Discipleship is Messy
What is a Disciple?
What Does a Disciple Look Like?
The Easy Yoke?
The Law of the Mind
The Law of Training
The Law of Worship
The Law of Community
The Law of Habit
The Law of Spirit
The Law of Example
The Law of Effort
The Law of Faith
The Law of Talk
The Law of Pain
The Law of Gospel
The Law of Service
The Law of the Way of Escape
The Law of Commitment
The Law of Time
The Law of Prayer
The Law of Replacement
The Law of Confession
The Law of the Kingdom
The Law of Sovereignty
The Discipleship Method of Jesus