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Follower of One : Missions For The Rest Of Us

A show for marketplace Christians to energize and encourage you to live out your faith every day, right where you are. Begin your day with Christ-centered ideas to share your joy with those around you. Add in weekly interviews with other like-minded Christians so you can share in their joy and learn how they make Jesus visible in their workplace every day.

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Mar 31, 2020

The Greek word most often translated disciple is also translated differently in some translations in Luke 6:40. Mike looks at this passage today to examine discipleship from a different perspective. What does it mean to be a "pupil," and how might that change our perspective of ministry in the workplace?

Mar 30, 2020

What does it take to be a disciple? Notice how sharp the demands of a disciple are in this passage. This is one of the very few times Jesus uses the word we translate to "disciple." He seems to be very exclusive. A disciple must be someone who does all of these difficult things. Mike heard about a book that seems to use...

Mar 29, 2020

How does God "cause" all things to work together for good. Romans 8:28 says God actively works to make circumstances end up for our good. Circumstances aren't good. Our world is fallen. Bad things happen and they're the result of sin. Bad circumstances can be the direct result of a specific action, or they can be...

Mar 28, 2020

In this week's episode of the Follower of One Podcast, we go back in time to a live interview on Facebook with Jordan Price. Jordan is the owner of Media Works, located in Broken Arrow, OK. He is an entrepreneur, Christ-follower, and content quality road-paver. Listen to the live show on this episode's...

Mar 27, 2020

Mike talks today about how we can get sidetracked at work. We can get so consumed in the urgent tasks that we miss the eternal importance of our everyday life. If we walk through our lives focused on our daily tasks and our own personal comfort, we miss the opportunity to gain wisdom and experience the joy of...