Experts teach us principles for practical theology, but experience can teach us far more. Here are 3 steps for adapting the experts' advice for your context.
Find out how celebrity pastors are ruining the church.
This one thing could change the way you interact with the whole world, even in the everyday stuff of life. Find out more.
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?
What do you think about when you think about the word "church"?
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.
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?
A very large majority of Christians see only a very small percentage of their lives dedicated to the mission of making disciples. It’s time to equip and mobilize Jesus’ church out of the building and into life.
Missional practices don’t work in every context, but missional principles do. Missional communities must adapt for every context.
Like much of God’s creation, holidays can be—and have been—distorted for all sorts of less-than-holy purposes. But what if we can can we redeem this holiday season, and use it for God's work?
Is a missional community something new, or just a repackaging of an old idea? Find out here.
The largest group of not-yet-believers we may ever interact with lives under our own roofs.
We each have marks of identity, but we also each play unique roles. “Christian” isn’t just a role we play. It’s deeper than that.
Here's one sure way to make sure that you do NOT start a missional movement.