5 Habits of Highly Missional People

We’ve replaced the habits that surprise the world with habits that mimic the world―and both we and the world suffer for it. Find out the habits of highly missional people.

The Sacrament of Party

All good missionaries know the power of social engagement. Party is sacrament and we must relearn and re-orient our lives around friends, food, and celebration if we are going to have any influence upon the culture right next door. Find out how.

Saying Goodbye to Sunday-Morning-Only Christianity

For far too many Christians, the idea of being part of a church simply means attending a Sunday morning service, maybe a small group, or a sprinkling of special events each year. Is that what God had in mind for his bride, the Church, when he sent his son to save her?

Feeling Stagnant In Your Faith? Here’s What To Do Next…

A lot of us go to church and bible study. At the end of the day we feel stagnant in our faith, like we’re walking through mud and can’t seem to move forward. It may be that if that’s the reality of your life, here's what you need to do.

Why Your City Needs Missional Communities

Our cities are the gathering place of culture, human capital, and change. If we want to see every nook, cranny, and neighborhood filled with life and restoration, we need to fill our cities with missional communities. Here's why.

Dope Church

Dope Church is a growing community of Christians committed to being family with their neighbors struggling in addiction, the sex industry, and the criminal lifestyle.

Our Neighborhood, Our Mission

When the Selfs moved to a new neighborhood, they knew God was calling them to share the love of Jesus with their neighbors. Eight years later, it is evident that hearts are being transformed by the Gospel.

Gospel Neighboring

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.

4 Common Myths About Disciplemaking

These 4 common myths about discipleship and disciplemaking could trip you up in your attempts to make a difference. Which ones do you find yourself believing?