Friday, June 23, 2006

LTG birth

Dave visited with the Life Transformation Group (LTG) made up of John, Mike and Novalus. It turns out that they are doing well so far, meeting about 2 times per week. Also, they report that they have collectively and individually been a witness to other inmates. In particular, they've been able to share the good news of Jesus with a Jehovah's Witness inmate.

While Dave was talking to the first LTG group, other inmates were gathered around listening and asking what LTG's were all about. Jason and Tom wanted more accountability regular Bible study in their lives. They decided to form a LTG.

I believe that regular accountability—including Bible study, confession of sin, prayer and witnessing—is so important for followers of Jesus. It's especially critical for us who struggle with having a disciplined life or have been caught up in habitual and addictive sin. I've been involved in LTG's for the last five years now with different men. I've seen guys get saved, grow in passion for the Lord, and get sent out to the mission field. I've been more regular in my Bible reading, praying for unbelievers and witnessing. If you're looking for something to help you take the next step in spiritual growth, check out Life Transformation Groups.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Danny Haszard said...

Appplaud your blog!
Share this with the Jehovah's Witnesses.

The core dogma of the Watchtower organization is that Jesus had his second coming 'invisibly' in the year 1914.Their entire doctrinal superstructure is built on this falsehood.

Jehovah's Witnesses door to door recruitment is by their own admission an ineffective tactic. They have lost membership in all countries with major Internet access because their false doctrines and harmful practices are exposed on the modern information superhighway.

There is good and valid reasons why there is such an outrage against the Watchtower for misleading millions of followers.Many have invested everything in the 'imminent' apocalyptic promises of the Jehovah's Witnesses and have died broken and beaten.

Now if you wanted to know about the quality of a product,would you listen to the seller or a longtime customer?
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Respectfully,Danny Haszard http://www.dannyhaszard.com

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