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.
Walking our children through the Old Testament and showing how it all points to Jesus helps them understand why the birth of a baby boy in Bethlehem is such a big deal.
In many cases, we may find that listening to those who have too often been marginalized in our society can allow us to discern God’s heart and pursue his justice in unity.
Here's a simple activity to help your family remember God's goodness to you throughout the year.
No more spectators.
Matt Chandler talks bluntly about race and the need for racial reconciliation.
Thanksgiving is a fun family holiday and has the opportunity to bring great joy. As you plan for this fun holiday, here are 5 ways you can make it missional.
I was teaching others they needed to be taking care of orphans, but I still didn’t know one. I was never opposed to orphan care or adoption. I was just indifferent. Here's what changed and why.
This Is One Way You’ve Probably Never Thought About Using Your Gifts And Skills To Make A Radical Difference
How can God use the career and talents he has given you to reach the unreached? Find out one unique way here.
David Platt and Francis Chan are interviewed for the Verge Conference about the allure and danger of finding your identity in being on mission.
If American Christians fail to think biblically about immigrants, we may miss a Great Commission opportunity.
The fact that we don’t experience a profound connection with God, the way Jesus did, should be no surprise. Here's one simple thing we can do to change that.
Dr Juli Slattery joined out podcast to process what it looks like to cultivate a healthy, biblical sexuality in both singleness and marriage.
As we respond to Jesus’s calling by living our lives with missional intentionality, may we never lose touch with our need for the Holy Spirit working both through us and for us to engage in the work we are called to.
Is a missional community something new, or just a repackaging of an old idea? Find out here.
Alan Hirsch discusses the critical importance of discipleship and disciple making.
Francis Chan exhorts us to take courage in making disciples.
In our godly desire to keep our kids safe, have we also kept our children from following Jesus wherever he might lead them?
Angela Suh shares how an imperfect mother can use failings to point their kids to a perfect Savior every single day.