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.
Ever wondered how to truly love those who are hurting? Then get this free download from Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting.
If any of these three things are missing, leadership development will be stifled and frustrated. Find out what.
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.
The Great Commission is impossible if it were not for the promise that Jesus is with us forever. The doctrine of the supreme authority of Christ not only upholds the work of the church, it is the central message that the church preaches. “Jesus is Lord” is good news!
Stew, Founding Director of Verge Network, interviews Soong-Chan Rah about racial justice in America today, and how we can take the first step to moving forward.
Pastor John Onwuchekwa recorded an impassioned message for The Austin Stone Community Church about prayer, unity and the need for racial reconciliation.
Have you ever heard the phrase 'white guilt' when talking about racial injustices? Here's why we need to stop using that phrase.
A conversation with Propaganda about racial justice in America today, and why 'colorblindness' is a barrier to racial justice.
Dr. John Perkins, Helen Lee, Jorge Mendoza, Michael "Stew" Stewart and William 'Duce' Branch discuss the state of racial justice in our country and the need for racial intelligence.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about the problem of racial injustices, and how we haven't come as far as we think we have.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about understanding the root causes of racial injustice.
The church must wisely react to terrorism with wisdom, with a view to shepherding it's flock as well as further fulfilling the Great Commission.
This crisis has been called by some the largest refugee crisis in history. Get informed. Get engaged. Find out more.
Here are 3 simple ways that you can get involved now.