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One of the most common misconceptions of discipleship is that there are different levels and that one is somehow better than the other. Discipleship is a journey, a progression, a moving forward, a lifetime of learning how to apply the same principles in new and more meaningful ways. There is a deepening of dependence, understanding, learning, serving, sacrifice, applying knowledge so it may turned into wisdom. In the same way as a child grows up and a parent will tell them “you are ready”, there are times in our discipleship journey where Jesus looks at us, knowing we are ready to take the next step…even when we don’t feel ready. This next series of Mark we see Jesus doing just that with his disciples.

Daniel Im - January 6, 2024

I Am Made New

The old has gone, the old has passed away and the new has come. When you are in Christ, you become a new creation! Your old desires don't have power over you anymore. You are no longer held and bound by the way our culture sees things and tries to shape us. The old way of identifying who you are, and what you are is gone, your old “I am” is gone.

Scripture References: 2 Corinthians 5:14-17

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Everyone of us is unique, yet there is something about us that is the same. It’s the same for everyone that came before us, the same for everyone that is here now and will be the same for everyone that comes after us. We all made in the image of God. We all carry His image. It is only because of who He is that we can know and better understand who we are.

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Daniel Im - January 20, 2024

I Am His

There are many things that could be considered as the most important when it comes to following Jesus, but there is actually one thing that is a first priority above all other things.

Scripture References: John 15:1-8

From Series: "I Am"

Everyone of us is unique, yet there is something about us that is the same. It’s the same for everyone that came before us, the same for everyone that is here now and will be the same for everyone that comes after us. We all made in the image of God. We all carry His image. It is only because of who He is that we can know and better understand who we are.

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