Day 1: Introduction To 40 Days Of Daily Discipleship: The Dallas Morning Show

Welcome to 8 weeks of intense daily discipleship! From fasting and prayer Mondays, to the discipline of daily Scripture reading assignments— and, of course, a new episode of The Dallas Morning Show to watch every weekday morning— you’re in for a power-packed, God-sized encounter that will change your life forever. I want to encourage you to grab a friend, make the commitment, and join us on this adventure as we prepare for the return of Jesus Christ, our soon coming King!

And by the way, I know it’s hard to believe…but for a limited time— it’s ALL FREE! So don’t miss this golden opportunity— click on the link below to download your first Daily Assignment, and let the discipleship begin!


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2 Responses to “Day 1: Introduction To 40 Days Of Daily Discipleship: The Dallas Morning Show”

  1. I love the fact you’re driving so much of this series through the unadulterated Scripture. You cannot be a disciple if you don’t ground yourself in the Word. It’s so “trendy” for people these days to ignore or distort passages of Scripture to make themselves be more “relevant to the world” or to appeal to the world (i.e. not get criticized) but the Word is truth. We cannot go anywhere else and claim that it’s truth.


    • Monica Dennington Reply March 27, 2012 at 3:55 am

      Hi, Jason, it’s so good to hear from you! And I agree–God’s Word is very powerful, and there’s no sense in diluting it. We’re going to be getting full, strong doses of it for the next 8 weeks–I hope you can make the commitment to join us! BTW, Jason, you may remember Charlie– I actually play a clip of an interview with Charlie in today’s video from the Loft. Check it out, and we hope to see you around!



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