Northbrook seeks to foster a relational discipling movement. It is what Jesus commanded his disciples to do in Matthew 28:18-20. The movement requires all followers of Jesus to be intentional leaders, taking the good news into all of our relational contexts, in ways that can be reproduced. The goal is an infinite number of disciples, who are also making disciples. Come and join the RDM!
|RDM Part 2 (Chuck Maxwell) June 30 , 2013
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|RDM Part 1 (Chuck Maxwell) June 23 , 2013
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An earthly family was God's first way to demonstrate his eternal plan for a personal relationship with Himself. As well as His plan to have a people for Himself that we call the church. Strong families make strong churches. In this series rooted in Ephesians 5, we explore the different roles of family life and how we can fulfill those roles to God's glory. Topics include, fathers, husbands, mothers, wives, children, and singles.
King David was the one King whom Jesus would be compared to. Only Jesus would surpass the greatness of David. In this series from 1 & 2 Samuel, we look into the heart of this shepherd boy turned into a king. We explore what a man after God's own heart looks and acts like. We also see how King David's main role was to point us to the King of Kings, Jesus the Christ.