Speaking of the Christian life, too many of us assume that it belongs to the elite, perfect people who knows all the right Sunday school answers.
In reality, when we look to Christ and his select disciples, they were bunch of ordinary messed up. Discipleship is for the rest of us – such as you and me. People who messed up, people who don’t have their act together, people who are dealing with problems.
For the church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum for saints.
However, we are called to be ambassadors, called out ones, send out, impact the world for Christ. How can these two truth collide together? What is a disciple who is ordinary yet radical? What is the end product of discipleship goal or purpose?
Before we do, let’s turn to few of the tension that we might face.
Where the Problem Lies within “Radicalism”
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