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108: Discipleship Through Hospitality


Missionaries suggest that the North American Church – as we normally experience it – is not the friendliest place in which to disciple a new Christian from a culture different from our own. There are many barriers and obstacles that a cross-cultural disciple must overcome in order to grow in Christ within the American Church. How can we make that adjustment easier for someone from a different culture? Is the attractional church model effective in this case? Could the Simple Church do any better? Listen as Tom and Gavin discuss discipleship and hospitality in the church.

Episode Fifeteen: Interview with Miguel and Claudia Labrador from Ecuador, part 1

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We have a special treat for our listeners for the next two episodes. Meet Miguel and Claudia Labrador, missionaries in Ecuador. Let’s hear what they have to say about being Missional, Organic, Missiorganic and making a difference in South America.


If you want to know more about the Labradors, check out these links:

Miguel’s Facebook page:    https://www.facebook.com/missional?fref=ts

Miguel’s Blog: http://www.pathwaysinternational.org/author/miguel/

Pathways International:  http://www.pathwaysinternational.org/