Have you ever called up a friend to come have dinner and never spend time with them again? If so, did that make you instantly friends for life? Did that create a relationship built on trust that allowed you the freedom to share your fears and pains? Similarly, communion is not an act that changes our thoughts, beliefs, or convictions if it is an isolated experience. Communion is a relationship.
In the year 27 A.D. Jesus appointed the 12 disciples, shared the Sermon on the Mount, healed a Centurion’s servant, raised the dead, rebuked a storm, sent out the disciples, fed the 5000, and walked on the sea. In John 6 one year later many disciples desert Jesus. His teaching was hard to follow. He … Continue reading Everyday Heroes – Followship