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Learn to make disciples like Jesus did. Do you want to be more fruitful in your walk with Jesus? Come and walk on a journey with us as we look at how Jesus made disciples. We will help you grow in being a better disciple and just as importantly making disciples better. We'll also feature some special guests who will challenge you to grow as you hear their stories.

Deep Water Podcast James Judd & Dave Mercer

    • Christianity
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Learn to make disciples like Jesus did. Do you want to be more fruitful in your walk with Jesus? Come and walk on a journey with us as we look at how Jesus made disciples. We will help you grow in being a better disciple and just as importantly making disciples better. We'll also feature some special guests who will challenge you to grow as you hear their stories.

    E64 – How do you share your faith with a Buddhist (or anyone else) (Part B)

    E64 – How do you share your faith with a Buddhist (or anyone else) (Part B)

    The other day a friend of mine sent me this message:



    "Long time no text. Hope you and your family is doing well. My son is struggling with trying to talk and reach some high school friends that are Buddhist. Do you have any resources or tips to help him start a conversation with them."



    This podcast is an attempt to answer that question.

    • 14 min
    E63 – How do you share your faith with a Buddhist (or anyone else) (Part A)

    E63 – How do you share your faith with a Buddhist (or anyone else) (Part A)

    The other day a friend of mine sent me this message:



    "Long time no text. Hope you and your family is doing well. My son is struggling with trying to talk and reach some high school friends that are Buddhist. Do you have any resources or tips to help him start a conversation with them."



    This podcast is an attempt to answer that question.

    • 28 min
    E62 – Missions, PTSD, and Mid-life Crises

    E62 – Missions, PTSD, and Mid-life Crises

    Many prepare for the initial sacrifice, but few think about the costs the rest of their lives.



    Its been a while since we posted anything.  After I posted this episode I thought of a dozen different things I wish I had said or added, so maybe I'll make a part 2 down the road.

    • 17 min
    E61 – Story of the Ne’er-do-well

    E61 – Story of the Ne’er-do-well

    Who are the ne'er-do-wells in your life?  What are their stories?



     



    This is the talk I mentioned: Tea with Hezbollah: Is it possible to love your enemy? Carl Medearis



    He has a book with a similar title if you are interested in reading the book called Tea with Hezbollah: Sitting at the Enemies' Table



    I told a little bit of the story from Peace Child. If you liked what you heard I encourage you to read the whole book.

    • 12 min
    E60 – Hitting the 20 mile wall

    E60 – Hitting the 20 mile wall

    Learning to run



    Run a marathon



    Not a sprint



    A marathon



    And, run it well



    "If only for this life we have hope in Christ, we are to be pitied more than all men." 1 Cor 15:19 (NIV)

    • 11 min
    E59 – When God asks you to play second fiddle… or third… or fourth

    E59 – When God asks you to play second fiddle… or third… or fourth

    What do you do when God asks you to play second fiddle? What do you do when His plan for you is not fame and glory, but anonymity and unrecognized work? Will you follow Him?

    • 32 min

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12 Ratings

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Fresh & authentic

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