Is discipleship something that can be learned in a classroom? What effect does it have on us if most of our teaching is directed at the head rather than the heart? What if we never practice what we learn?
Most of us don’t have the luxury of a career we love. Should we abandon our current life to do only those things we’re passionate about? Are we supposed to just knuckle down and do our duty?
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The word regnare means to reign; our project is to (re)discover ways of living that reshape our imagination, habits, and practices such that we can better see the kingdom ("reign") of God and better follow him into what he is doing around us.
Does that sound difficult? Jesus says that his yoke is easy and his burden is light. The more we learn from him and actually do what he says, we find Jesus knows how to truly live—to remain in touch with the source of life at all times (God himself) and to get involved with what God is doing to create and cultivate lasting good from the raw stuff that makes up our daily life.
This is the kind of life Jesus led. And he is still at work, teaching others the way to this very good life. Interested? Read more...