o n e issi TIGER WOODS ON DISCIPLESHIP I heard him make a few comments in an interview that I believe relate to the discipline of the Christian life. Executive Director-Treasurer State Missionary t h e g r e a commission oneMission ion I must confess that I do not play golf, and therefore, I don’t watch it on television or read In another moment of reflection, Tiger Woods described his early days of That is a superb summary statement for the life of a Christian disciple. We don’t about the game in sports learning the game of golf this know exactly where this life journals. I have often been way: “I really didn’t know where leads; however, we do know it is asked, “Can you really be a the ball was going, except that it forward, and it is a long journey preacher and not like fried was going forward, and a long of following in the footsteps of chicken or the game of golf?” To way.” Jesus Christ our Lord. OM that question I have responded, “I hope you can because I don’t do either one of them.” You don’t have to be a golf lover to know something about 3 this generation’s sports icon, Tiger Woods. I heard him make a few comments in an interview that I believe relate to the discipline of the Christian life. Tiger once commented, “I don’t believe that there is such a thing as perfection. But I have always been a big believer in professional excellence, and that is what I try to achieve.” Discipleship is the pilgrimage in this world for followers of Jesus Christ. We are called to be disciples, or “learners,” in the school of Christ. We will never be perfect this side of Heaven, but we can move toward spiritual excellence.
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