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elcome to Destiny Christian Fellowship

We welcome you to the Destiny Christian Fellowship website. We hope that here you will find resources that will help you live abundant life that God intended for you to live. We believe that everyone on this earth has a purpose, a reason for being here, a destiny. And we are here to help you discover it, pursue it and fulfill it. Feel free to browse through our website. If you live in Asheville – Brevard, NC area please visit our church. We would be honored if you did. If you live outside of our area, we will be glad to minister to you through this website and other media outreaches. If you need a prayer and we can serve you in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us. May God richly bless you. May the Lord make his face shine upon you … and give you peace. (Numbers 6:25)

astor's Word

Though the term “radical discipleship” may sound strange and foreign to us, Jesus expected nothing less from his followers.Apostle Paul is a great example of a radical disciple. Writing his letter to the church in Colossae from the Roman prison, Paul talks about his service to Christ. Colossians 1:24-29 seem to contain some key persuasion or beliefs that radical disciples possess. As I mentioned in my previous article, radical disciples determine in their mind that there is no price too high to pay. But they also believe that there is no call, career, or profession is greater than the call to discipleship and the call to God’s service

In Colossians 1:25, Paul talks about becoming “a minister according to the stewardship from God.” The word “minister” in the Greek is διάκονος from which we get our word “deacon,” simply meaning a “servant.” So it seems that Paul has a clear sense of calling to service and stewardship. There is an idea here that we have been entrusted with something in our life, and being faithful stewards and serving others is what we are all called to do.    

This call did not come because of our qualifications, education, family upbringing, abilities, or intellect, but it was given to us by God. In today’s culture we love ownership but not so much stewardship. Ownership means we...