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	This new study centers on what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.  We are titling the series “Disciple<em>shift</em>” as the title gives an obvious hint that the Scriptural notion of following Christ is going to stretch all of us to shift some of what we think and do as disciples.  During this study we want to introduce a definition of discipleship to harmonize all of our thoughts and direct our actions together.  We will be focusing on three dynamics of change that should mark every Christ follower at Turning Point:  we have been changed, we are being changed, and we bring change.
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	We’ll conclude our series with a focus on the “as-you-go” approach to a making disciples.  This is a far more accessible expression of mission.  We want to grow in our capacity to catch God’s vision of extending His Kingdom, His order, His way into places that need change.  We’ll look at a very interesting expression of that from Paul’s life (Acts 19) and feel a bold challenge to make a mission shift to bring change in the everyday places and spaces of our lives.
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	Our Discipleshift study takes us to the “going” part of Jesus’ commission to make disciples.  This initiates what might be the biggest shift many of us have to make.  We appreciate the clarity of our identity and the call to grow and mature in Christlikeness – but the thought of being on mission makes us sweat.  We are much more comfortable with the notion of consumeristic Christianity: help me, support me, bless me.  We are a lot less comfortable being on the front edge to lead change in the lives of others. 
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	Our shift this week is to better grasp our responsibility in our progress toward maturity and life change.  Disciples aren’t born “show room ready” – they are made.  And we all have lots of changes to make.  We need to be honest with ourselves about where we are in our spiritual growth and own our responsibility to mature and change.  In a recent study conducted in thousands of churches (across all denominational lines and all parts of the world), it was determined that people who experience the greatest levels of spiritual growth are people who take ownership and responsibility for their own growth.  In other words, no matter what pathways and processes churches offered, the biggest determining factor of whether someone experienced change and maturity is if they chose to.  As a leadership team at TPCC, we want to make way for effective, convenient opportunities for more and more disciples to be discipled – but to grow, people have to own their own growth.
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	This week we continue our study of Jesus’ commission about “baptizing” disciples.  Water baptism identifies disciples with a change that has happened in each of them.  The symbolic gesture demonstrates the truth of being dead in sin, and celebrates the new life that has begun.  In baptism we identify that Jesus has changed us: “<em>anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person</em>” (2 Corinthians 5:17).  Our DNA hasn’t been altered, our character hasn’t been completely reformatted... but it is certain that Jesus has really changed <em>something</em> about us.  Over and over in the New Testament we are reminded of this core change.  And, one of the more important discipleshifts we learn to make is to more consistently identify with this certainty: <strong>I am changed</strong>. As Paul directed disciples: “<em>let the Spirit renew your thoughts and attitudes. Put on your new nature…</em>” (Ephesians 4:23-24)
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Discipleshift

This new study centers on what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.  We are titling the series “Discipleshift” as the title gives an obvious hint that the Scriptural notion of following Christ is going to stretch all of us to shift some of what we think and do as disciples.  During this study we want to introduce a definition of discipleship to harmonize all of our thoughts and direct our actions together.  We will be focusing on three dynamics of change that should mark every Christ follower at Turning Point:  we have been changed, we are being changed, and we bring change.

Mission: As You Go.

· Chuck Angel

Mission: I am Bringing Change

· Chuck Angel

Progress: My Responsibility for Change

· CHuck Angel

Progress: I am Being Changed

· Chuck Angel

Identity: I Am Changed

· Chuck Angel

The Concept of Change

· Chuck Angel