Steward, GFA behind-the-scenes missionary, shares about his experience with GFA’s School of Discipleship program.
I had the privilege to be part of the team at GFA that teaches School of Discipleship (SD) students how to share their faith. But it seems like it was just a little while ago that I was a student in the program going through those classes for the first time.
When I was a SD student, I remember waking up each day and praying, “God, today I will interact with so many people that you love and sent your Son to save. Please use me to pour out your blessings on them. Please fill me with the blessings you want them to receive today, and I will give them. Help me to love them well for your Name’s sake.”
The habit of thinking about my day and the people that God wants to bless through me started back then, and it has drastically changed the way I go through my average day. Now, my life is much more about how I can bless others than it was before.
When I read that God’s love had been poured out into my heart (see Romans 5) and that I was created for good works that glorify God (see Ephesians 2), it made a lasting impression on me. I suddenly became aware that my life is meant to be an outpouring of God’s love on everyone around me.
Is God, out of His loving heart, kind? Then I will be kind also. Is He just? Then I will be just also. Is He honest? Then I will be honest also. Is He holy? Then I will be holy also […]
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