Your Personal Grow-Pray-Study (GPS) Guide

1940s: During A Time Of War A Church Of Hope Was Born
1960s: You’re Either A Missionary Or You Need One

1950s: Advancing Christ From Generation To Generation


Monday: Read Psalm 78:4b. What are some of the great acts of God in history? How could anyone forget such acts of God? Whose responsibility is it to see that they are remembered? What are some of the great acts of God in your family? Who is telling them to the next generation?

Tuesday: Read Psalm 78:6-7. If we’re going to be effective at making disciples of all nations, we must be intentional about making disciples in succeeding generations. Do you pray for the unborn future generations? Will you pray today for God to work in the generations of your family “yet to be born”? Pray for them to know God and be used by God to connect others to Jesus.

Wednesday: Read Mark 10:14-15. What lessons of faith have children taught you? What lessons of faith are you teaching children?

Thursday: Read Mark 10:16. Dallas Willard says that blessing is the projection of good into the life of another. As you go through your day, seek to bring God’s blessing into the lives of others. As you look back at yesterday, how did you bless and how were you blessed? As you look ahead to today, how can you be more intentional in blessing others?

Friday: Read Romans 10:13. With whom could you share what these verses mean and why they are important? Is there someone for whom you could pray, that he or she will soon believe in, confess, and call upon the Lord? Pray persistently that God will send them messengers with the news. Pray with the attitude that you are available if He wants to send you.

Saturday: Read Romans 10:14-15. Who has God sent into your life to tell you about Jesus? Where is He sending you to tell others about Jesus?

You can GO DEEPER this week by reading the book The Bridger Generation by Thom Rainer

You can also listen to this week's message or read the full PDF of the message & GPS.


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