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First Among the Twelve
Perhaps the best known of the apostles, this giant of the faith went from putting his foot in his mouth to opening the way to Jesus for all humanity.
A Brother Among Brothers
This apostle, the first follower of Jesus, shows us the value of taking the gospel to those close to us. He, like his famous brother, Peter, grew to become fishers of men.
4. James and John
Sons of Thunder
This amazing pair of self-centered and self-serving brothers became faithful and self-less servants of Jesus. Along the way they had much to overcome, beginning with themselves. The result was complete loyalty and service to the master.
5. Philip and Nathanael
Friends to All
Two men whose first instinct was to bring others to Jesus. Sometimes they got it wrong but, in the end, they recognized who Jesus was and followed Him into eternity.
6. Matthew and Thomas
Two Men Transformed
All of us have questions, doubts, and fears. These two apostles showed their faith in Jesus over things of the world and things that cause us to fear and doubt. They learned to turn their lives, without hesitation, to the one who gives life.
7. James the Less, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Not Iscariot
Faces in the Crowd
Known only by their names yet known to God for their faithful and selfless service. These three untold heroes teach us that our role is to put the Master first.
1. The Foundation
This introductory lesson and discussion questions will lay out the path taken by the group for this spiritual journey.
2. Drawing Closer
In this session, Mike reviews the 4 stages of complete spiritual transformation as well as the second step we need to take towards spiritual maturity.
3. Decluttering our Lives
In this session Mike will explain the condition that permits intimacy to take place - simplicity.
4. Stillness and Solitude
Mike discusses two important features of spiritual maturity and how each supports the other.
This session takes a look at one of the most difficult of the 10 disciplines on the way to spiritual maturity.
In this session Mike corrects some of the misconceptions many people have about prayer.
The complex discipline of humility is examined by reviewing common attitudes, the battle experienced and everyday habits that are connected to this quality.
Mike talks about the relationship between the Holy Spirit's influence and the discipline of self-control.
This session is about sacrifice a discipline that most aligns us with Christ and His life.
In this final session Mike will review the purpose and reward of spiritual disciplines and add the tenth and most critical of these.
8. Judas Iscariot
A Life Wasted
This lesson looks not at a wasted life, but at a life wasted. The difference is choices made. How sad it will be on judgment day when we are presented with the many opportunities to serve our Lord. Such is the case with the tragic figure Judas Iscariot. He was with our Lord physically but not spiritually and never grew in his faith.
9. Matthias and Paul
Transition to the Future
As the gospels end and the church begins, we see Matthias appointed to replace Judas and later Paul appointed to continue to carry the gospel into all the world. This lesson looks at these two later appointed apostles and the lessons we learn from them.
A Matter of Choice
Becoming a disciple of Jesus is a choice. If we choose wisely then we enter a relationship with God. If we choose poorly, we reject God and suffer the consequences of lost hope. In this lesson we explain how we wisely use the gift of choice to learn more about God, trust God, and obey God. The lesson demonstrates choosing faith by showing how Peter gained, weakened, and regained his faith and how Judas Iscariot chose to misdirect and lose faith.