Before Jesus left His disciples, He called them to go to all the world and make disciples.

"...All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.'"

Matthew 28:18-20 ESV

What is Jesus calling you to do? Are you ready and willing to go "all-in" for Him and follow His lead, no matter what?

Call to Action

Ask Jesus to wake you up early each morning (Isaiah 50:4 NASB), open the Word of God and follow Jesus' calling for your life!

Consider attending the below discipleship boot camps that are available this weekend and next weekend, for you and anyone else you want to invite:

  1. Attend the High School Discipleship Boot Camp by Don MacLafferty: October 7-11 (it’s completely free — sign up and/or share with others!)
  2. Attend the University & Young Adult Discipleship Boot Camp by Don MacLafferty: October 13-16 (it’s completely free — sign up and/or share with others!)

Jesus desperately wants to do amazing things in your life. His hand is reaching down to you, will you give Him your hand and let Him lead you?

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I am sorry for the losses in my family and in the churches where I worked as a pastor as a result of my lack of the Holy Spirit. It is also true in this area that we can lead no one further than we are ourselves. We also need to realize that personal deficiencies in the Holy Spirit in an individual person, in a family and in a church adds up and multiplies.