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Characteristics of a Disciple-maker

Characteristics of a Disciple-maker

Disciple-making impacts people internally (in their soul) and externally (in their behavior). To truly embrace the characteristics of a disciple-maker, you have to be faithful and sacrifice for another, even when things get hard. You will learn four important characteristics of a disciple-maker in this week’s podcast:

How to Heal Your Relationships with Communication

"Marriage is like making a great batch of cookies. There are many components to the mix but when they are all mixed together in the right proportions it makes a  great treat." Dear Family and Friends, Christian counselor Alan Heller and his wife Pauly founded Walk...

The Ingredients of a Disciple-maker

The Ingredients of a Disciple-maker

What are the ingredients for a disciple-maker? There are 5 key competencies that make up a follower of Chris. Learn what those are and how to grow in them by listening to this week's podcast.Note: Below is a transcription of this Walking Our Talk podcast. Please...

July 2020 Newsletter

July 2020 Newsletter

Where is our hope found?  The first six months of 2020 have been full of unrest. In the US, COVID-19 is still not under control, racial tension tears at the fabric of our society, forces are attempting to rewrite or erase our history, and some voices are crying out to...

What is a Disciple-maker?

What is a Disciple-maker?

What is a Disciple-maker?  Take the next step to becoming a disciple-maker and help others in their walk with the Lord. Learn more in this podcast episode of Walking Our Talk.   Note: Below is a transcription of this Walking Our Talk podcast. Please excuse any...

Being a Disciple and Disciple Maker

Being a Disciple and Disciple Maker

Learn more about what it takes to be a disciple in this podcastNote: Below is a transcription of this Walking Our Talk podcast. Please excuse any grammatical or punctuation flaws, as the transcription is a written version of our fluid conversation. Pauly [00:00:07]...

Attitudes of a Disciple

Attitudes of a Disciple

Last week, we talked about the importance of loving your neighbor as a disciple. A disciple is to be F.A.T - faithful, available, and teachable. Learn more about the attitudes of a disciple in this week's podcast.Note: Below is a transcription of this week's podcast....

Marriage Minute With Alan Heller – Spiritual Area of Life

Marriage Minute With Alan Heller – Spiritual Area of Life

The spiritual area of life encompasses your intimacy with god, worshiping god alone and corporately reading your bible, prayer, and doing other spiritual disciplines. What are the specific things you need to do to enhance your relationship with God (prayer, worship,...

How Can You Be a Disciple?

How Can You Be a Disciple?

"Everyone will know that you are a Disciple if you love one another." Sounds simple, right? In this case, love is more than just an emotion, it's an action. Learn how to love like a true disciple by listening to this week's podcast!

What is Disciple-making?

What is Disciple-making?

Discipleship is not optional in the Christian life, it is essential. It is something that continues over a lifetime and will transform your life and relationships. Tune in for the first episode in our series on discipleship and disciple-making. In today's episode,...

Learning More About Discipleship

Learning More About Discipleship

One major characteristic of a Disciple is to love one another. We heard early in our Christian walk that love is an action, not just a feeling. In this week's podcast, Pauly and Alan discuss how to take action and love unconditionally. Listen now to learn...

Forgiveness Versus Trust

Forgiveness Versus Trust

Welcome to Walking Our Talk with Alan Heller. I’m Dustin Daniels. Last week, Alan along with his bride Pauly Heller and Dr. Ed Delph, the authors of the book, Learning How to Trust, were discussing the first step of regaining trust - “to remember.” This week we...

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