Episode 26: Getting to Know the Real Jesus (Part 1)

What does archaeology have to do with discipleship? And even more, what does archaeology have to do with the everyday mission that everyday people are called to by Christ? Gina’s guest believes that archaeology not only reveals more about the time in which Jesus lived, but it reveals more about the way Jesus lived – which is the way that all Christ-followers are to imitate. He believes that archaeology helps reveal the real Jesus to us.

Bob Rognlien is the chairman of the board of 3DM North America. He’s also an author, teacher, and archaeological guide with over 30 years of experience leading groups on archaeological and spiritual journeys in the Middle East. He joins Gina to show how archaeology, discipleship, and disciple-making all go together. So, prepare for a spiritual and archaeological journey that will profoundly impact your everyday discipleship and mission and reveal more about the real Jesus!

Find out more about 3DM at: https://www.3dmovements.com/


Book: The Most Extraordinary Life by Bob Rognlien (Discounted Physical Copy)

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Web Site: https://www.bobrognlien.com/

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