Psalm 1:1-3 Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers.
Worldview and Christian living: www.coramdeo.com
Coram Deo: A School For Discipling Nations offers two free video driven courses; “The Basics” provides key insights into the robust nature of God’s grand narrative of redemptive history, where history is going and the part Christians play in God’s Kingdom mission. Critical examination is done of what constitutes a Biblical worldview, and how easy it is to live with a compromised view of reality. Special attention is also given to the role we play in demonstrating God’s love outside the walls of the church. “Monday Church” examines the false sacred/secular divide and how Christians can live Kingdom culture in the marketplace.
Coram Deo lessons for short term team use
Each row contains the videos for that lesson. Each video segment is around 10-20 minutes with 1-2 questions for reflection and/or discussion.
Videos on integrating faith into all of life;
Cross cultural training; guilt-innocence (western) & honor-shame (eastern & southern) cultures.
15 weeks that will wreck you for the ordinary. Learn the history and theology of God’s redemptive mission in the world, bringing glory to His name through the transformation of individuals and nations, and how you fit into that story. Visit www.perspectives.org to find a class near you.
Making disciples (mentorship): www.pursuegod.org and pre-discipleship: www.flextalk.org
If you ask the average Christian if they are making disciples, they most likely will give you a blank stare. Most of us aren’t sure where to even start, or what it looks like to make disciples, yet that was the command of Jesus to his followers. Visit Pursuegod.org for helpful lessons on mentoring Christians younger in the faith than yourself, and Flextalk.org for ways to engage people in “pre-discipleship”. Many people actually become Christ followers DURING the process of discipleship, not prior to it.