This collection of videos featuring NALC Bishop John Bradosky, NALC executive staff members and other leaders are published regularly. Personal stories from local congregations, international missions and personal ministry experiences are also featured.
Reflections on what the word “discipleship” really means, the vision for the NALC, and what it means to be “mission-driven” are just a few of the many topics you will hear about.
As the NALC strives to be Christ centered, mission driven, traditionally grounded and congregationally focused, we hope and pray these resources will prove to be noteworthy and helpful tools in your discipleship journey.
Click on a date below to view the video for that day.
July 26, 2016
Pastor Bob Quaintance shares about the importance of discipleship in grand-parenting. “Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” – Luke
July 19, 2016
Pastor Bob Quaintance shares one of the ways that Good Hope Lutheran Church’s (Youngstown, OH) thinking has changed as they have intentionally focused on discipleship in the last several years. The heart of the difference for them comes from what Bishop John Bradosky shared: “We are not in search of a mission. The church is the Body of Christ, and he gives our mission. We are not searching for one. And the mission he gives us is in Matthew 28…”
July 12, 2016
St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Grove City, Ohio, and Pastor Scott Ness share the story of their involvement in Life2Life Discipleship. Focusing on the areas of his own personal life, family, and ministry, Pastor Ness shares the fruit of how this intentionality and focus on discipleship have changed everything.
July 5, 2016
This week’s Discipleship Moment partners with MissionConnect. Pastor Dan Powell shares part of Grace Lutheran Church’s story (Springfield, Ohio) as they have moved from membership to mission. An intentional focus on discipleship has affected the big picture vision down to the smallest of details. Luke 10:39: “She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said.”