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  • A place to be

    Oct 15, 2014 | The Discipleship Project

    By Heath Jones | For four years I took something for granted that I have since learned to cherish. That is, community. Community simply happened around me in my four years of undergrad education. I could venture out into the hallway of my dormitory at any moment to find life and energy. Friendships developed and were sustained with little effort because paths crossed organically.

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  • Letting go and creating community

    Aug 20, 2014 | The Discipleship Project

    By Nathan Kibler | Putting myself into a group of strangers wasn’t new to me when I joined The Discipleship Project (TDP). In 2008 I flew to Northern Ireland to be a part of a group of young people answering a call in their life to see what great things God is doing in the world. It was my first real experience with intentional community, and it completely changed my life.

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  • Building community

    Jul 16, 2014 | The Discipleship Project

    By Reuben Sancken | I'm very grateful for this gift of The Discipleship Project (TDP). Not only has it given me the opportunity to leave seminary with no additional student debt, but it has also provided me a chance to develop community with a diverse group of people. When I was accepted into TDP, I was in the midst of living in an intentional community in Minneapolis, MN.

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  • Transition into seminary

    Jun 18, 2014 | The Discipleship Project

    By Abigail Harper | Through a chance encounter and the persistence of a dear friend, I finally answered a call to ministry and applied for The Disciples Project (TDP) at Christian Theological Seminary. My husband and I packed up and moved from Wilson, NC, to Carmel, IN. With two happy dogs, one terrified cat, one rental truck with car in tow, and miles and miles of highway ahead of us, we finally made it.

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  • Early adopters

    May 21, 2014 | The Discipleship Project

    By Richie Sanchez | Early adopters want to be among the first to experience and take full advantage of new technology and products. People become an early adopters for several reasons. Perhaps the newness of the ideas and applications is appealing. They race ahead so as not to be among the last to know or try a product. Perhaps they want to take full advantage of something they think could improve their life and health.

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