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Four discipleship legacies we can pass on

We may often think of a legacy as being the impact we leave on the world after we die. However, even as we live, we're leaving legacies in the lives of others through our words and actions. One of the most lasting ways we can impart a legacy is through discipleship.
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Looking back to a weekend of discipleship and community

On the weekend of October 14th, 2016, a group of Gospel Community alumni from the Carleton Navigators group reunited for a weekend of fun, reconnecting and biblical learning. I had the opportunity to have been part of this group as a student, and looking back now, here are a few of the takeaways I experienced during this time together.
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The importance of a navigator

Throughout history, navigators have been crucial to the success of human exploration at sea. When you find yourself in the middle of the ocean, with no clear signs or pre-determined routes, the ability to navigate, or the presence of a navigator, can be the difference between life and death.
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What does it mean to be an alongsider?

Discipleship is always a journey. It's a process of growing in your faith and coming to a deeper understanding of God, Jesus and your role in the grand narrative of redemption and grace. It's not a journey you can succeed at alone. We all need someone who will help, encourage and challenge us as we seek to grow in spiritual maturity. We need someone who will "come alongside" us. But what does that mean?
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