Sometimes there can be confusion about what the Christian life is and isn't. But really it all boils down to this one question.
Sending new people out means an increase of gospel demonstration and proclamation opportunities. Here are 5 tips to help multiply your group.
What does it look like to model the love of Christ? Dhati Lewis shares his insights.
A redemptive culture is not going to look different because it looks remarkably like the leader. It's going to look different because it looks remarkably like Jesus.
How can we make this year more missional? You need one thing more than anything else.
Have you given up on God answering your prayers? I had, even forgetting what I prayed for, and then God answered!
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 it wrong to pursue a movement in your church? It's time to re-evaluate our understanding of a missional movement.
Your church is only as good as it's disciples. If that is true, then what is the most effective method for discipleship in the world right now and what can we learn from it? Find out.
Every leader will make these mistakes at some point in their life.
Is not the mission of God to see people not only reconciled to God, but also diverse groups reconciled to each other? In this video, Leonce Crump challenges us to pursue racial reconciliation in light of the gospel.
Is radical living opposed to the normal Christian life? David Platt talks about the relationship between radical living and the normal Christian life.
Jeff Vanderstelt gives 2 simple answers to the question, "Why do people become disillusioned with the church?"
How is it possible to live life on mission in the midst of a busy schedule? Jayne Vanderstelt gives you great advice that might surprise you...and help.
We’re significantly more likely to give of our time and our resources during the Christmas season. Here are four ways that keep on giving year-round.
Francis Chan and David Platt challenge us to make Jesus central in all things.
No matter how your family celebrates Christmas, you will have to face “the Santa question” at some point.
We must repent of our missional silence on racial injustice, not only with our voice, but with our lives.
Please pray for us as we consider this together. And if the Lord should so lead us to replant a new church, pray for healing, for wisdom for establishing a new leadership culture, and above all else that we keep Jesus at the top of the org chart and humbly serve Him well on the Eastside.
At the root of the lack of engagement with orphans lies a false assumption that so many of us make: orphan care is optional for followers of Christ. Find out why.