How do you discover the power of connecting to God and one another? Today’s program will help you do that. Build relationships, Value people, Make Discioples, Change the World. It was Ed Stetzer of LifeWay Research in Nashville, Tennessee who said, “Relationships are central to making disciples as commanded by the Great Commission. Joey Bonifacio connects relationships to disciple-making in a way that is sure to benefit all who read this book.” He’s speaking of the book, The Lego Principle.
Joey Bonifacio is Director for Asia of Every Nation Ministries. Every Nation is a worldwide family of churches and ministries that exists to Honor God by planting Christ-centered, Spirit empowered, socially responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation. He is a member of the team that oversees Victory, a local church in Manila and a movement of churches in the Philippines and the Senior Pastor of Victory Fort at Bonifacio Global City. He is Director of the Real Life Foundation, a Philippine based NGO that provides educational scholarship to the underprivileged. He is happily married to Marie for 30 years now and has three adult sons, Joseph who is married to Carla, David and Joshua. And adopted a cute little dog named Vito. Joey Bonifacio is the author of the new book, The Lego Principle, a book that’s sweeping the country.
In This Episode:
– Why did you write the book, The Lego Principle?
– How did you develop this parallel?
– How long has it taken to crystalize into the book, The Lego Principle?
– How important are relationships, really?
– What difference has Christ made in your life?
– What are you most passionate about?
– What motivates you to do the work you do?
– What is the “one word” game?
– Where are problems emerging when it comes to the church at large today?
– How has the Lord helped you through difficult times?
– What is your favorite Scripture verse? Why?
– What would you say to someone going through a tough time right now?
Genesis 1:28 says, “God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number;…”