Restarting Your Missional Community Rhythms

restarting missional community rhythms

Our best intentions don’t always stay that intentional, and the stuff of life (plus this past year of social distancing) has derailed even our best efforts at living together in a missional community. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar will give you a few simple, intentional rhythms that you can dive into…

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Disciple Making: 10 Things That May Be Stopping You

Disciple Making

As the Church, it’s pretty common to assume the things we’ve seen as barriers to discipleship and life in community are unique to our own context, neighborhood or circumstances. That’s just not true! In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar talks about 10 things that may be keeping you and the folks in…

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Can Starfish Help Us Reimagine Church?

Starfish Reimagine Church

The Church was originally a decentralized movement. Before everything became housed in church buildings with hierarchical leadership, the priesthood of all believers was equipped and sent to make disciples. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar talks with Rob Wegner and Lance Ford about why the distributed structures of ‘starfish’ organizations uniquely fit…

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Are Your Church Elders Really Deacons? (And vice versa)

Church Elders Deacons

A lot of men called ‘elders’ in the Church today are not functioning as biblical elders. Maybe what they are actually doing is a lot closer to the work of the deacons? Many cling to their titles when in fact they’re not leading God’s people by example on the only mission Jesus gave his church:…

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Sharing Your Faith After You’ve Offended Someone

Sharing Your Faith

We’ve all had attempts at sharing our faith not turn out as well as we hoped. And sometimes, despite our good intentions, the other person ends up offended. Was it our fault, or did they just not want to hear it? In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar will give you 7 ways…

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Being Salt and Light in Our Divided Culture

divided culture

Clearly, we live in an increasingly divided culture. Do we retreat, or do we engage this cultural chasm with a person-to-person and systemic response? Maybe, as Jesus said, we can begin to live as both SALT and LIGHT despite our differences. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar shows us three very important…

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How The Gospel Speaks To Our Anger

gospel speaks to anger

Anger is clearly a huge issue in our lives and culture. It’s probably going to stay that way. However, anger can be a good thing. Yes. You read that correctly. Anger is actually an attribute of God and of those who desire to love well. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar breaks…

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Stop Waiting! Bloom Where You’re Planted

bloom where planted

With all of the changes we’ve seen in life over the past several months, many people I know have sort of stalled in their disciple-making and living life on mission. Everything is different and many seem to have lost their way and are feeling a bit stuck. Waiting… In this episode of the Everyday Disciple…

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Looking Back To Move Our Church Forward

move church forward

Church leaders are navigating great changes and conflict today. It may be the way forward requires a serious look back at the patterns and promises of Jesus. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar shares a good bit of his own story on how God moved him from traditional, vocational church ministry to…

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Why No One Really Wants Your Advice

no one wants your advice

Christians can often get into a mindset where we think everything that is wrong or untrue needs to be addressed NOW!  And so with the banner of “speaking the truth in love” flying high over our heads, we dive in with our unsolicited advice. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar explains why…

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