April 2015 Synchroblog – Bearing Fruit

8 Apr


Fruit … glorious fruit.  It’s mentioned several times and in various contexts in the New Testament.  We’re told we’ll know people by their “fruit.”  We’re told that we should tend the “fruits of the Spirit.”  But that supposes we have some idea of what “fruit” is.  What does it look like in the life of a Jesus follower?  What would the  term “bear fruit” look like?  How do we, as followers of Jesus, “bear fruit” in our ordinary lives?

That’s the theme of this month … fruit or bearing fruit.   In whatever ways those terms hit you, let us know.  As is usual, post your blog title and link in the comments section here and I’ll make the link list for inclusion at the bottom of your post.  Get those links in here by Tuesday, April 22 and I’ll post the link list on Wednesday, April 23.


10 Responses to “April 2015 Synchroblog – Bearing Fruit”

  1. Jeremy Myers April 14, 2015 at 12:00 pm #

    Oops. I thought it was today instead of next week. Oh well. My post is up a week early.

    Good Fruits are not the good works we perform: http://redeeminggod.com/good-fruits-good-works/

  2. Mark Votava April 18, 2015 at 10:30 am #

    Here is my post this month on The Fruit of Nonviolent Communication http://markvotava.com/2015/04/18/the-fruit-of-the-nonviolent-communication/

  3. Glenn Hager April 20, 2015 at 9:00 pm #

    Here is my post for the month.

  4. DonewithReligion April 21, 2015 at 12:24 pm #

    Can We Produce the Fruit of the Spirit?

  5. K.W. Leslie April 21, 2015 at 2:39 pm #

    Here’s one entitled “New fruit!” Should go live today.

  6. leah sophia (@suntreeriver) April 21, 2015 at 3:10 pm #

    for April I participated with a group of my designs, “stewardship trilogy”:


  1. Juicy Fruit | Glenn Hager - April 20, 2015

    […] article is part of a synchroblog on “Bearing Fruit.” I post links to other writers’ contributions as they become […]

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