Last week, I had the privilege to travel by caravan, to eat delicious baloney sandwiches, to pack and unpack a trailer, to clean toilets, to sweat, to joke, to triumph at team-building challenges, to learn God’s character, to study God’s principles, to worship God and to praise and glorify Him, to lift each other up, and to hold each other accountable to his or her actions and attitudes–to be a disciple and to be discipled.
We are called to “go and make disciples” in the Gospel of Matthew (28:18-20), and from this command, many of us infer that Jesus is sending us out, away from the places we are settled. And the truth is, for some, He is, but for many of us, this is a call to simply *live life* daily with those around us as we “go” to work, as we “go” to school, as we “go” to the grocery store, or as we “go” to the mailbox.
Whenever and wherever we are called to *go*, we are to make disciples. If you are unsure just what that looks like, just start reading again from the top 😉