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I get excited to see members of this body dive into questions like that, and to share with one another. We challenge one another, we encourage one another, and we build in a good gospel-saturated accountability for each other. And in the process we realize, this is what we're supposed to do. This is what we are created for as followers of Christ. Then as people put that into practice, we see people come to know Jesus and begin to grow in their relationship with Christ. And they realize, "If I'm going to be intentional about anything, I want to be intentional about growing as a disciple of Jesus, and making disciples of Jesus."

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