David P. Murray is coming to Austin to talk about Soul Care! In this video, he makes a great case for personal care by being, not only “gospel-centered” but also “Creator-centered”.
In this video, I discuss how to avoid the neurotic pace of discipleship that tries to juggle holiness and mission.
If you’re a tired Christian, especially if you are a tired Christian leader, then the Spring MicroConference on Soul Care is for you.
- If you’ve struggled to remain energized in ministry, then the words of David Murray (professor of Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary)Â are for you.
- If you continue to push off spiritual disciplines, only to replace them with ministry disciplines, then then the Soul Care microconference is for you.
- If you have trouble putting your phone down, then Soul Care is for you!
- If you like Scottish accents, Soul Care micro conference is for you.
- If you ever struggle with depression, then Soul Care is for you.
- If you are anything like me (human), then Soul Care is for you!
REGISTER FOR $10 only until April 10!
Questions Asked During the Interview
0:10 â€“ What do you want GCD to accomplish?
2:31 â€“ What does it mean to be a disciple?
5:08 â€“ So many people are using the term â€œgospel-centeredâ€ that it can seem like a buzz word or a fad. Why did you choose to use this phrase in the title of your book?
7:44 â€“ Looking back at the last ten years of discipling others, how has your disciple-making changed? Where did you drop the ball?
11:35 â€“ How are â€œFight Clubsâ€ different from the typical accountability partner or accountability group?
14:50 â€“ Justin Taylor: â€œI had a hard time putting the book down, and I hope other people not only pick it up but read it and then apply it.â€