You’re never going to lead anyone further, faster, or deeper into the gospel and discipleship than you’re leading your own family. Never. But people are waiting for a place at your table and a taste of life in the Kingdom of God! Let’s go deeper…
In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar and his wife, Tina, continue the story of how their family rhythms grew to include many others as they make disciples in community. They’ll share some of the things that God had to change in their hearts and home in order for this Kingdom lifestyle to become a reality.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The rest of the Team K story and a heartwarming testimony you gotta hear!
- The ways God may want to speak into your busyness, fear, shyness, lack of love, etc.
- How individualism in our Western culture has severely damaged our families.
- Why the way you lead your family on mission can be the model for your church.
From this episode:
“I want to assure you, it is not your perfect home or your award-winning cooking skills that people are dying for. Letting go of these expectations requires me to believe, in the moment, that this is not really all about me; it is about Jesus being seen and experienced through us. Our neighbors don’t need an amazing meal; they need us to be Jesus with flesh on. True hospitality is about having an attitude and posture that says to others, ‘You are always invited to join us; whatever we’re eating, or doing… you are welcome.‘”
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