I always hear stories of men who had a passion for God’s mission, but ended up jaded and burnt out. That's why it's so important for young leaders to ask themselves these 5 questions while contemplating pastoral ministry or church planting.
We’ve become a people who care more about measuring things rather than hearts. Find out why.
Because Jesus came, kids can help shape the culture rather than being shaped by it. They can radiate with a new identity, one that’s not based in earning or deserving.
If the mission to make disciples is that clear, why do we ignore Jesus and pursue other things so far down the list of “to-dos”?
Jesus commanded us to make disciples who make disciples. Here are 5 ways to make disciples informally, to make discipleship normal.
Jesus commanded the disciples to develop a disciple-making culture where all of life becomes the platform for disciple-making Here are 6 questions to ask to see if you're on the right track.
The command to love your neighbors can be easier to obey with your kids than without. Here are a few ways that children can help us know and love our neighbors.
As Chris and Britten Buster lead an ever growing missional community of 19 adults and over 20 kids, they learn how to be a good neighbor and share the love of Christ with their friends and neighbors.
Want to know how NOT to make disciples? In this humorous and insightful 2 minute video clip from the Verge Conference, Francis Chan begins to answer the question, "How can we make true disciples of Jesus?"