Monday, November 30, 2015


What do eating, reading, and praying have in common? When done together it creates a synchronicity in thinking and believing. Much like singing, when people sing the same words and the same tunes their breathing and heart rates miraculously become synchronized. When we eat, read and pray together, our minds and spirit begin to operate in unison.

A common definition of synchronicity is "the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection." Stated another way, when we share a meal together, meditate on the same scripture and pray together for an expressed need or desire ... something miraculous happens. We become partners in a purpose and witnesses to an answered prayer.

Being a disciple isn't about teaching others how to be good Christians. Discipleship is about people becoming mutually supportive of people living life, dealing with challenges and experiencing a transformation in their faith, their thinking and their actions - toward God, others and ourselves. Being a disciple who has a disciple is live changing experience.

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