Steep Trail - Photo by Kalen Emsley on Unsplash



Rugged Cross - Photo by Larry and Bobbie Wallace on Unsplash

Way of the Cross – (To follow Jesus “wherever he goes” necessitates a lifetime of self-denial and sacrificial service for others)

Following Jesus – (To be his disciple means self-denial and self-sacrificial service to others)

Cup - Photo by Geda Žyvatkauskaitė on Unsplash

Slaves of HIS Kingdom – (To be a kingdom citizen requires a life of self-sacrificial service for others, not power over them)

Cross - Photo by Joshua Earle on Unsplash

True Spirituality – (The spiritually-minded man understands that Christ Crucified is God’s power and wisdom)

Communion Cup - Photo by James Coleman on Unsplash

Drink My Cup – (To follow Jesus means a life of of self-sacrificial service to others)

Cross - Photo by Thuong Do on Unsplash

Embracing the Cross – (To be the Messiah means suffering and death, and he summons his disciples to follow the same path)

Sanctified - Photo by Joshua Earle on Unsplash

Sanctified Wholly – (Paul summoned believers to become sanctified completely by that day)

Cross on Hill - Photo by Thanti Riess on Unsplash

Let This Mind Be In You – (The obedient death of Jesus is the paradigm for Christian service to others)

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Meaning of Discipleship – (To be his disciple means to pursue self-sacrificial service for others)

Cross in Storm - Photo by Harley Upton on Unsplash

Servant of the King – (His disciples are called to lives of self-sacrificial service for others, just as Jesus gave his life a ransom for many)

Cross on Hill - Photo by Thanti Riess on Unsplash

Paradigm of Calvary – (Christ crucified is the pattern believers are summoned to emulate)

Whosoever will Follow Me – (For a fleeting moment, the eyes of Peter were opened to “see” just who he was)

Half Dome - Photo by Jason Hogan on Unsplash

Stand Fast – (Believers prepare for the apostasy by standing firm in the apostolic tradition)

Built on Sand - Photo by Nadin Mario on Unsplash

Prudent or Foolish? – (At the conclusion of his “Sermon on the Mount,” Jesus vested his words with ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY)

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