DISCIPLE{SHIP}

20 WEEK DISCIPLE MAKER STUDY

The Disciple{ship} curriculum looks at twenty key identity markings of a disciple of Jesus Christ. Each element examines a specific trait found in scripture. The series is designed to help you expand your understanding and engage what it means to follow Jesus.

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BLACKSHEEP

4 WEEK DEVOTIONAL SERIES

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We tend to look at the stereotype of the label known as the “black sheep” as the stubborn mischievous rebel. Bound for disaster. But a better way to understand the idiom is for its basic observation, as one who stands out from the flock. This definition does not necessarily have to constitute a negative impression. In terms of the recessive gene in sheep, I can’t speak to that. I’m not a scientist. But from my experience, conformity is not always the answer. And when following Christ, who we should strive to reflect, we are not going to look like the world around us. And our wool will stick out just as that of a black sheep in the flock.