The secret to increasing your mission for God is by increasing your maturity with God.
The book of Ephesians lays out a template and code for activating the Body of Christ. Find out what that looks like.
Ultimately time will tell, but just as when you mature, you face your limits and you adapt for future success so the missional movement has hit a wall and is reassessing the way forward. Find out more.
The Bible doesn't have a mission. The mission of God has a Bible.
Find out how celebrity pastors are ruining the church.
This might be the most important missional task for any Christian. Find out what.
What does it look like to partner with God to rebirth our communities when the culture around us has so drastically changed? Find out here.
How can moms faithfully engage on mission in the midst of the time consuming responsibilities of parenting? In this short video, discover the 5 tips for becoming a more missional mom.
A healthy church culture is identified by the following three marks. Find out which 3 and why they're important.
Paul Tripp discusses how bi-vocational leaders can balance the burden of leading each week with family and career responsibilities.
How do we turn passive participants into active disciple makers in an ever changing urban context? Find out.
The church is not like family. It is family. Find out why this is so crucial.
Sometimes it's forgetfulness. Sometimes it's unbelief. But all of us struggle to live a life of faith in Jesus. Find out why this is good news.
This one thing could change the way you interact with the whole world, even in the everyday stuff of life. Find out more.
Churches that consistently produce leaders have a healthy culture for leadership development. Find out what that culture looks like.
The One And Only Jesus - a spoken word by Propaganda
Now's the time to take action to help the crisis in Syria. Here are 3 simple ways you can help.
What does true leadership look like? The answer might be simpler and more holistic than you think. Find out why.
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 conditions facing us in the twenty-first century not only pose a threat to our existence; they also present us with an extraordinary opportunity to reorient ourselves with an ancient energy lying dormant at the heart of the church.