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The Village Blog

Time, Moments and Milestones

Author: Josh PattersonCategory: Parenting

God calls the family to play a vital role in discipling the next generation. How this is accomplished varies from family to family and is as unique as the DNA of each home. Family discipleship isn’t one-size-fits-all, and it isn’t easy—even the most intentional of Christian parents may find themselves at a loss as to how to begin.

What That Empty Seat Says

Author: Kyle WorleyCategory: General, Theology

We’ve all done it. We shuffle down a row of chairs and, just before we arrive at a person, we stop one chair short. We leave an empty seat between us and the other person, secretly hoping an usher won’t ask us to “scoot in.” What does that empty seat say? Why are we compelled to leave that “safe seat” between us and others?

Dear 21-Year-Old Me

Author: Matt YoungerCategory: General

I just marked the 10-year anniversary of my 21st birthday. It’s shocking how fast that decade flew past me— 21 feels like a long weekend ago. Convinced more than ever that time flies, I started thinking about what I might say if I had the chance to sit down with me 10 years ago. Four thoughts came to mind.

9 Myths of Discipleship

Author: Zach LeeCategory: General

We’re called to be disciples and make disciples, but this call often feels overwhelming. Yet discipleship doesn’t have to feel this way. Our tendency is to overcomplicate it and think of it as something it’s not. Here are nine common myths we believe about discipleship.

Confession and Repentance Are Never Out of Season

Author: Mary AndersonCategory: General

It is not natural for us as human beings to be open with our struggles and sufferings. We have an innate propensity to hide. R. C. Sproul said, “In our human nature, we’re masters of self-deceit.” But a healthy and mature gospel community walks in open confession and repentance. These attitudes and acts continue throughout our lives as Christians. We have the charge and honor to bear each ...

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