Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Are You Cloning or Discipling?

It was my senior year of college and I was heading to campus to pick up a student I was discipling in my bible study that year. Cory was a young believer when we met at the start of the ...

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Why Do We Need Both Cru and Destino?

This is the fourth post in our series: Contextualization and the Gospel. The Destino Movement was birthed out of the ministry of Cru (formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ). We have been blessed tremendously by our relationship with Cru over the ...

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The Need for Mutual Conversion

"Deje el mundo cambiarle y usted puede cambiar el mundo." (Let the world change you, and you can change the world) -The Motorcycle Diaries I heard this quote several years ago and have always loved it. I think why it resonates ...

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Largest Minority Group on Campus More Spiritually Open Than Ever

Fresh off the U.S. Census report showing that with 50 million members strong Hispanics are the largest minority group in America, comes a report that they are also the largest minority group on college campuses. As we start the school ...

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All Ministry is Contextualized

This is the third post in our series Contextualization and the Gospel. There is no such thing as an uncontextualized ministry. Contextualization is the process of adapting a message, method, or ministry to a particular cultural context. As we discussed in our ...

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What is Culture?

This is the second post in our series on contextualization and the gospel. You can read more posts here: Contextualization and the Gospel. The first step in a conversation about contextualization and the Gospel is to talk about culture. What is it? How ...