Saturday, June 09, 2007

For the last twenty years those most committed to discipleship overwhelmingly moved toward intense “one on one” relationships. This was a response to the lack of transformation taking place in the local church. While this has been a great help to many people it has never effectively captured the most significant ingredient to comprehensive personal and systemic change–the power of ethos....

Ethos is more powerful than rules, methods, strategies, or even laws.

Discipleship that brings life change begins here. Mosaic disciples in community. We are convinced that people get better when they are in a culture that emanates health.

Erwin Raphael McManus. BROKEN PIECES.


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