discipleSHIFT: Intentional-Relational Discipleship
Read more: 10 Mega-Shift in Making Disciples
Jesus followers in the early church live together from “house to house” and begin “sharing everything” that they have with one another. They don’t “buy and sell” from each other nor “borrow” resources from each other, but they make everything available to be used up...read more
"Let's go to church." (Adto ta sa simbahan) "Come back to the Lord" (Balik ta ug simba) Although nothing goes wrong with these statements but nothing also goes right. Let's make it right then. These words often connects to people who goes to church or doesn't go to...read more
What was the insurance of the early Church to have a life of security and freedom? I love the way the early church shared and lived Jesus-Life with each other. Their sacrificial love among brethren is the pattern we are to follow. Many have tried to make a principal...read more
"I just want to find out so I want to ask about what you're doing regarding making disciples in Cebu. Now that it has reached up to the 14th degree in 4 years time, what is the biggest obstacle that you encountered?" In front of some pastors and saints at the house,...read more
A simple, organic, house church is not 15-20 people dropping to see each others faces once-twice a week in someone else's house over a cup of tea with cookies or a meal doing bible study 'meetings' complete with praise and worship and prayers. Nothing wrong with that...read more
You call a situation an 'experience' if you only learn from it. A journey of which your life grows... "If someone says to you you're a horse, ignore it. If two people calls you a horse, look for a tail. If three people calling you a horse, get inside the cradle!" This...read more
In my post Two Leadership Blunders According to Jesus of November 24, 2010, I got an insightful response from Molong Nacua, who is a simple church planter on the island of Cebu in the Philippines. His post 10 MEGA-SHIFT IN MAKING DISCIPLES was the basis of my post of...read more
Jesus is crazy, that is why He changed the world. Is this how you live? Is this how you think? 1. 2. 3....and so on. Or, A. B. C.... Many people, and unfortunately religious Christians have made their lives into a box-shape world. And for them this is 'normal' whose...read more
A beautiful picture and atmosphere of what an apostolic hub is is found in Acts 2:42-46. "And they (3,000 disciples) continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers. Then fear came upon every soul, and many...read more
A quick summary of what Life is in the early church, it is where Christians lived together 'from house to house,' sharing everything in common (except our wives and money - money is always sacrificial giving and voluntary), no buying and no selling, they only give and...read more
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My name is Molong Nacua and I live with my lovely wife Lisa on the beautiful island of Cebu in the center of The Philippines. My heart is to be used by the power of the Holy Spirit to build a network of Apostolic Hubs for Jesus in my country.
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