Kinsman: Part 6

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Men’s Pastor Scott Caesar begins this final part of Kinsman with a heartfelt prayer, expressing gratitude for the privilege of freely receiving God’s word without condemnation. The central theme revolves around the concept of treating fellow believers as family, mirroring the idea of a Kinsman Redeemer, a term used to describe Jesus as the one who redeems us. The session explores the importance of brotherly love, encouraging, admonishing, and ultimately loving each other within the community of believers – a kinsman brotherhood.

Pastor Scott elaborates on four “Bodacious” ways to strengthen the bonds of kinsman brotherhood, emphasizing the roles of shielding, encouraging, admonishing, and loving one another. He suggests that true freedom and joy come from understanding the grace of God and the love He bestows upon us. Pastor Scott emphasizes the need to accept and love fellow believers for who they are, focusing on what they carry in life rather than judging how they carry it. He highlights the idea that our weaknesses and shared struggles are the keys to deeper connections among men in kinsman relationships, promoting a sense of acceptance and love that mirrors God’s love for us.

Pastor Scott concludes by underlining the importance of accepting God’s love and grace in one’s own life as a foundation for loving and accepting others. It is noted that love is not something created but received and reflected. He emphasizes that in order to truly accept and love others, individuals need to understand God’s love and accept their own flaws and failures. We cannot be effective as a kinsman brotherhood if we can’t understand these foundational principals. Pastor Scott concludes the series by encouraging transparency and with a call to understand God’s grace, which enables us to accept and love one another unconditionally. This is true kinsman brotherhood.

Men's Pastor Scott Caesar

Scott Caesar is the Men’s Pastor and Founder of the Men’s Discipleship Network. In 2016 MDN celebrated 20 years in ministry to men and their families. He is the author of the W.E.A.P.O.N.S. ® Curriculum for Men and The Mission-Driven Man series which provide comprehensive training on the most vital truths for the Christian man. The Men’s Discipleship Network’s system of male discipleship has seen unprecedented growth in the Northeast United States due to message–driven events and church curriculum cementing “Truth that Transforms with Training that Sustains.” 

Men's Pastor Scott Caesar

Scott Caesar is the Men’s Pastor and Founder of the Men’s Discipleship Network. In 2016 MDN celebrated 20 years in ministry to men and their families. He is the author of the W.E.A.P.O.N.S. ® Curriculum for Men and The Mission-Driven Man series which provide comprehensive training on the most vital truths for the Christian man. The Men’s Discipleship Network’s system of male discipleship has seen unprecedented growth in the Northeast United States due to message–driven events and church curriculum cementing “Truth that Transforms with Training that Sustains.” 

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