Our Highest Calling, the Book - Prayer Tents

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Make Disciples of all nations as you are going, baptizing, and teaching...
Matthew 28:19-20

The Great Commission is a way of life. It is something to be carried out as one is going about. It is not a one-time evangelistic event. It is a call to make disciples as we live out our lives.

In our modern day, Christians have fallen prey to the trends of the world, including idolizing busyness and individualism, which are counter to the love that God called us to share and the community we are to be. When we look at the early church, the center of focus was love toward God and others, which fulfilled the Greatest Commandment.

Our Highest Calling is about how to live out that life, and it is through discipleship that we can make disciples in our lives. Discipleship is a practice of love with other close-knit Christian brothers and sisters over time. It is about being available for one another and pursuing God-given callings together for the kingdom of God. As Christians grow in discipleship and form deep relationships, they will in turn make disciples who truly love God. They can then walk together and make even more disciples, just as Jesus and His disciples did throughout their lives.



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  • Chapter 1. The Great Commission.
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  • Chapter 2. The Good News, Explained
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  • Chapter 3. How Jesus and His Disciples made other disciples
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  • Chapter 4. Historical Evangelism and Missions
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  • Chapter 5. Theological Understanding of Evangelism and Missions
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  • Chapter 6. Our Highest Calling
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  • Chapter 7. Being a Disciple to Make Disciples
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  • General Comments or Questions
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  • Author

    Dr. Sang Sur
    Theophilus, Executive Coach, Pastor, Engineer, and Scholar


    Dr. Sang Sur is the founder of Prayer Tents, a Christian mission organization that seeks to enable people to find life by meeting Jesus through relationships with Christians near them. He is called to bi-vocational ministry, being a tentmaker as he works with other business leaders to bring many to Christ, while also giving support to the global Church.

    Sang is the chief executive officer of Sciturus Real Investment Group, along with its sister companies Hanmaum Realty and Techellence. He is an engineering and business executive who led technology M&A that resulted in $53 million in revenue growth of two major global-reaching companies within the first year. He also directed personnel across all functions of engineering in modernizing aeronautical radar and countermeasure systems that continue to prevent US C-130s and B-52s from being shot down in hostile territories. As an USAF officer, he was part of the Air Force Special Operations Command, ensuring the best aerial equipment for the US military, particularly the Special Forces. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration and Management and two doctorates in fields of ministry (Th.D. and D.Min.).

    Sang is also an ordained Christian pastor and a Certified Executive Coach, and he works with Christian executives in the marketplace and with pastors to enable them to go beyond their perceived limits and fulfill their great callings from God. Sang is a member of Christian Business Men's Connection (CBMC) and chairs the NYC group.

    Sang lives in New Jersey with his wife, son, and daughter.

    Find out more about him at sangsur.com.

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