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Follow Me Simulcast with David Platt

July 9, 2013, 0 Comments

The call to follow Christ has never been an invitation to pray a prayer, believe a set of doctrines, or sit in a pew on Sunday mornings. Yet churches today are filled with people who seem content to settle for a casual association with Christ and a nominal adherence to His commands.

On August 14 at 6:00pm (ET), David Platt will broadcast a special message about the beauty and depth of discipleship in the Follow Me Simulcast. It is provided free of charge and I hope you will register to watch it with us.

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David is the pastor at The Church at Brook Hills and author of several books including Radical and Follow Me. Our team at LifeWay has had the privilege of working with David to provide group Bible study materials for both Radical and Follow Me.

In the Follow Me Simulcast, David will give a clear call to discipleship and explore the depth of that call. The broadcast will be from an undisclosed location in the Middle East where answering the call to follow Christ could mean risking your life, this message will challenge you, your group, and your church to take the next step in your relationship with Christ. I’m excited to be able to spend the week in the same location as David and our simulcast team for this event. It will be a joy to meet with and, especially, learn from believers who are making an impact in a difficult part of the world.

This free Follow Me Simulcast will challenge us to take the next step in our relationship with Christ, to fuel our affection for God, to share His love, to spread His glory, and to make other disciple makers. I hope that you will gather your church to take part of this great time of study and celebrating our lives as Christ’s disciples.

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