This post is the final in our series about Mary, the mother of Jesus, also known as the first disciple. If you haven’t had the opportunity to read the first two posts, please take a moment to do so. We’ve learned about the importance of spiritual rhythms and the power of community in helping us to disciple well.
We are in the midst of a three-part blog series looking at the life of Mary as our example of living a life of discipleship. If you have not had the opportunity to read the first post I encourage you to go back and take a quick look. A significant part of our discipleship is establishing rhythms that draw us into the Word and the Holy Spirit’s presence. And yet, it doesn’t stop there. Join me for a few moments to see just how much we need one another to stay the discipleship course.
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