Episode 103: We Are Called to Care!

Date February 8, 2012

Welcome back to the Transformed podcast. Thank you for joining us!

Have you ever wondered what God thinks of your next-door neighbors? In our new series, “Walking with the Wounded,” Dr. Matthew Smith, lead pastor at Pacific Baptist Church of El Segundo, will explore that very thought.

In this series we will focus our attention on the theme, “Loving Our Neighbors as Ourselves.” Our first installment, entitled, “We Are Called to Care!” will answer the question, “How will I respond to the wounded people I encounter?”

As Pastor Matt begins today in Luke 10, let’s open our Bibles and discover how God “heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” through us!

You can take this thought one step further by ordering a copy of Pastor Matt’s book, Growing Missional Leaders.

 

Growing Missional Leaders is a practical, passionate, Biblical mentoring journey for individuals, small groups, leadership teams and congregations who desire to win their world for Christ.

 

Growing Missional Leaders

 

* Tells stories – of lost opportunities and successes with friends – that give powerful, encouragement for personal and corporate outreach …

 

* It opens Bible passages – again and again – showing that God’s heart is to bring his lost children home …

 

* And it provides stimulating discussion questions – at the end of each chapter -providing the stepping-stones to launching fresh ministry into your community …

 

Believers hungering to reach their world for Christ will be energized by this passionate call to fulfill Christ’s Gospel and the invigorating manner in which their thought processes will be stretched to God-sized proportions.

 

You can order a copy of Growing Missional Leaders from Amazon by clicking the link on the side panel of the Eagles In Leadership website.

 

We are praying that you would be filled with the love of God so that you can demonstrate His love to the lost and dying in your city! God bless!

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