Creative Disciple Newsletter
November 20, 2022

Thanksgiving Traditions, and God’s Attributes

I hope you’ve been helped by the recent thanksgiving resources over the past two weeks. Since Thanksgiving will be celebrated later this week and we will transition into the Christmas season, I want to drop one last resource on gratitude. Then, I’ll open up the Christmas spirit with one of my favorite things to do.

This week, most of us will sit down with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving over a huge, warm meal. Why not seize this opportunity to glorify God and stir up each other’s affections for the blessings He has given you. Here is an article with ideas on how to do that. It is what the Abshires do.

Now, on to Christmas … This resources will give you a creative way to seize the holiday season with your family by focusing on the attributes of God. The article provides you with the instructions and a few downloads to assist you. Believe me when I say this … You will love it!

You are cutting it close now. If you haven’t yet grabbed your free copy of my Christmas study guide, why not? Christmas is weeks away. Forward the official link to your family and friends or download it for yourself.

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Finally … I want to introduce you to THE DISCIPLE SHIFT.

We are a short time away from launching my YouTube channel. I’m calling it, The Disciple Shift. The word “shift” implies a qualitative change that I want to provide to the discipleship process for men.

Lord willing, my plan is to publish one video each week, beginning with a series on the character of a godly man. You can get a head start by subscribing to the channel and clicking the bell to be notified. Or, wait for the launch announcement.

I’ll see you soon.

For the Kingdom,
Jacob Abshire

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