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On today’s episode of The 5 Leadership Questions podcast Dr. Tony Evans joins Barnabas Piper. Dr. Evans is the pastor of Oak Cliff Fellowship, the author of numerous books, and can be heard nationwide on the radio daily. He brings decades of leadership and pastoral experience to the show, and listeners will greatly benefit.
“We’re training our people in comprehensive discipleship not just generic Christian living.”
“The Kingdom agenda is the visible demonstration of the comprehensive rule of God over every area of life.”
“We keep the kingdom concept in front of people from the moment they become members.”
“You’re operating in the Kingdom of God when God’s view consistently controls your decisions.”
“The problem with families today is that they aren’t under kingdom rule they’re under cultural rule.”
“In the community, if you were accused of being a Christian would there be enough evidence to convict you or would you be acquitted on all charges?”
“There needs to be consistency between what you’re learning, what you’re living, and what you’re transferring.”
“Ask your self ‘what did I do to today that is outside the will of God?’”
“A lot of things boil down to either choosing to do them or not. There is no silver bullet.”
“We tried to engage what was of interest to our children rather than just get them to engage what was of interest to us.”
“Information without execution with execution and engagement just goes by the wayside.”
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