Francis Chan and David Platt challenge us to make Jesus central in all things.
No more spectators.
David Platt and Francis Chan are interviewed for the Verge Conference about the allure and danger of finding your identity in being on mission.
Francis Chan and David Platt discuss why repentance and ministry are linked, and what we can do about it.
"Followers of Jesus don't always know where they're going, but they always know who they're with." - David Platt
David Platt talks about “the sinner’s prayer” and a biblical response to the gospel.
David Platt discusses why we cannot fail when we give ourselves to the great commission.
David Platt answers the question, “If I want to make discipleship more of a priority, where do I start?”
David Platt and Francis Chan of Multiply talk about the role of prayer and the Holy Spirit in the process of evangelism and making disciples.
Do you depend on the Spirit as you seek to share the Gospel? David and Francis contend that what many Christians need is not reassurance in the midst of failure, but instead to rely fully on God as we seek to boldly encounter a lost world with the gospel.
David Platt and Francis Chan discuss the fruit of being a Christian and surrending to Jesus.
David Platt and Francis Chan discuss believing the Gospel and speaking it freely without fear.
Pastor David Platt discusses what discipleship looks like on a day-to-day basis.
David Platt and Matt Carter discuss what it means to be a church with a DNA for the nations. Learn how your church can be more involved in spreading the gospel.
What is the biggest thing that you could imagine God could do through you? God can do more than that.
"I'm convinced many people in our churches are simply missing the life of Christ. And a lot of it has to do with what we've sold them as the gospel."
This is a portion of the Radical sermon series which is the basis for Radical the book and Radical the Bible study. Don't miss David Platt at Verge 2012 - http://verge2012.org
It's easy for American Christians to forget how Jesus said his followers would actually live, what their new lifestyle would actually look like. David Platt challenges us to rethink our commitment to Jesus.