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Are You Afraid to Share Your Faith?

Episode 1.5 – Are You Afraid to Share Your Faith?

Here is an excellent discipleship tool that addresses the issue of salvation in the first chapter so that you can know exactly where your disciple stands with God. It’s important, as a discipler, to know where a person stands with Christ. Many believe they are saved for various reasons–they were born in a Christian country […]

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Do You Feel Ill-Equipped to Disciple the Hurting?

Episode 1.4 – Do You Feel Ill-Equipped to Disciple the Hurting?

Do you have a heart to minister to the brokenhearted? Are you ready? Or do you feel ill-equipped to disciple the hurting? Or maybe you just want to learn more so you can be the best biblical discipler possible. Well, listen in because that’s the topic of today’s podcast. In case you want to pre-read […]

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Condemnation - How to Help a Person Be Set Free

Episode 1.3 — Condemnation-How to Help a Person Be Set Free

Have you ever wondered why people continue to condemn themselves instead of accepting Christ’s forgiveness? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Condemnation is the topic of today’s discussion along with the story of the Sinful Woman. If you want to pre-read the curriculum see Session 1, Page 5, Heading The Sinful Woman. If you […]

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Episode 1.1 Podcast

Episode 1.1 Two Tools to Help You Disciple

Do you have a heart to minister to the brokenhearted? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we kick off our new podcast series, as well as, our Go in Peace Leaders Facebook Group. Two great new tools to help you disciple. Our goal for the podcast series is to help equip you […]

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The Healing Table

The Healing Table

  Guest Blog Post Who would have thought that the seven of us would be sitting in the same kitchen, at the very same table, where her husband broke her heart? Seven months exactly, almost to the date that we started the Go in Peace Bible study, she found out that he was leaving her […]

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