Tag: discipleship

Spotlight Interview: Dennis Orthner on Public Discipleship

Spotlight Interview: Dennis Orthner on Public Discipleship

In todays spotlight interview, VJN had a conversation with Dennis Orthner. Dennis is a social work professor at UNC,  and he candidly shares how discipleship should be a public act. Watch this interview to take a look at his view on why supportive services are […]

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Watch: What does a “justice” disciple look like in public?

In this week’s video podcast, watch Session 3: “Developing the Hands” from the 2015 VJN Forum on “Jesus, the Kingdom, and the Poor.” What does a justice disciple look like in public? A session led by Dr. Michael Raburn on reaching and serving your community […]

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Watch: Kathy Maskell on the Justice of Disciple-Making

In this week’s video podcast, watch Session 2: “Developing the Heart: The Justice of Disciple-Making,” from the 2015 VJN Forum on “Jesus, the Kingdom, and the Poor.” A conversation led by Kathy Maskell on how to talk about and understand the importance of the role […]

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Creating Disciples that Change Communities

How is sustainable justice-making related to discipleship? This week, Alan Scott shares his take on how Christ-shaped discipleship should inevitably lead to not only transformed individual lives but transformed communities. Alan Scott is the founding and lead pastor of the Causeway Coast Vineyard Church in […]

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