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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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	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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	One aspect of expressing our changed life comes through baptism.  In this sermon we take some time to highlight some of the specific things symbolized and practiced in baptism.  Our hope is to create clarity and easy on-ramps for people who are on the verge of taking that step in their faith journey with Jesus.
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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.

Identity: I Am Changed

· Chuck Angel

The Concept of Change

· Chuck Angel