There are no “hard people”

Among humanity, is no pre-disposition towards saving grace, only pre-indisposition. If we are "dead in our trespasses and sins", then nobody is "farther" or "closer" away from Christ. We are all, rather, equally dead. The ground is level both at the foot of the cross and the plain of the cemetery. Nobody is more saved than others by Christ and nobody is more separated than others from Christ. So Saul the persecutor of Christians and Cornelius the "God-fearer" were equally dead in their trespasses and sins and equally in need of divine alien righteousness. And this makes all the difference for how we make disciples among the nations.

What is the Culture of the Kingdom?

What does it mean to obediently follow Christ while remaining in the context of our community and culture? What does the kingdom really look like?
David Platt

Why We Must Be Disciples First

Why don’t more Christians see making disciples as a key component of what it means to follow Christ? David Platt gives his answer.

Do You Recognize The Fruit of Discipleship?

Rodrick Gilbert, a disciple maker who began a discipleship movement in India that's started thousands of new churches, gives an incredible insight into the fruit of discipleship.

The Key to Radical Living

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9ZaXYkaDP4 David Platt shares with us how a word saturated ministry propagates and sustains a radical lifestyle for the gospel. ...