Jan28TueJanuary 28, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Andrew Hall, the senior pastor at Ilderton Community Bible Church how he engages with scripture.
Jan22WedJanuary 22, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Ray Majoran, a member and one of the Elders at West London Alliance Church how he engages with scripture.
Jan15WedJanuary 15, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Jude St John, the Pastor at West London Alliance Church how he engages with scripture.
March 26, 2019
As Pastor Jude said in his blog, Darryl Dash begins this chapter looking at two lies. However, by my math, this chapter highlights many more than two supposed lies.
He begins with his clearly stated lies:
1. Nobody’s watching.
2. Our lives are too ordinary to make a difference.
Agreed. Those are lies that I definitely believe. But he...
March 20, 2019
In the final chapter of How to Grow , author Darryl Dash gives an impassioned plea for disciples to commit to invest in others as they—and we—are continuing to grow. The title of the chapter says it all: “Pursue Growth Together: Our Call to disciple Others.”
Early in the chapter Dash runs headlong into two lies...
March 18, 2019
The fault is with me (and maybe you? Tell me I’m not alone?) and my propensity to take the foundational habits that Darryl Dash is talking about (Bible, Prayer, and Worship) and to use them as vending machine buttons.
March 11, 2019
In chapter 8 of How to Grow , Dash builds on the foundation he built in chapter 7. In case you’ve forgotten, chapter 7 is about the absolute necessity that reading listening to the Bible, prayer, and worship fellowship within a church are to spiritual growth. These core habits are crucial to our growth as disciples of Christ, and we never...
March 5, 2019
All this reading and writing about “growth” gets one sensitive to the topic. Like when you buy a new car and then see that car everywhere, focusing on this topic has my Spidey-senses tingling a lot in regards to spiritual growth. It is for that reason that when reading an article on sanctification a John Newton hymn referenced by the...
As I began to read chapter six, which is all about habits, I started to think, “This isn’t really about ‘habits’ as I define them, per se. It is really more about ‘the water in which we swim’ like I read in James K. A. Smith’s book, You Are What You Love .” You see, in that book, the author talks...
February 25, 2019We need to formulate desire-shaping habits which lead to grace-empowered growth.