A story of how discipleship and community can change a life.
The Church has got to get rid of its dualism and say “You are the church.” Now everything counts. Find out why on this video clip from Verge Conference by Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski.
According to Alan Hirsch, danger is good for us. Find out why in this short video clip from the Verge Conference.
We have an extremely individualistic view of evangelism and discipleship – we see people as an isolated individual. This leads to impotent forms of evangelism and discipleship.
Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski give some helpful tips when it comes to discipling people to follow and obey Jesus.
“This process helped me realize that our Community Group that we had led was great and God used it in mighty ways, but it was incomplete.”
Don’t ignore it… There is something different about you
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
Who or what are you living for? These challenging questions will give you a new perspective on life.
The secrets to community are based on understanding how God created the church to exist and function. What could happen if our groups learned to live them out?
As leaders, we change as we grow, but we also change in bad ways as well. Francis Chan talks about how he began to rethink his own leadership in light of greater expectations as a leader.
What does incarnational mission look like? Hugh Halter explains in this clip from Verge.
What produces the life of the church? What makes us grow, and in turn, causes the church to grow? Find out in this short video clip by Neil Cole.
Great leaders are liquid leaders. They have the ability to adapt to change and contextualize. Dave Gibbons explains in this short video clip.
Catalytic leaders create a culture of forward movement. Learn how to lead forward from Dave Ferguson in this short video clip from Verge.
Disciples or consumers? With one you can build movements. With the other you can build nothing. Alan Hirsch explains the difference in this short video clip.
Is this phrase “Casual Christian” an oxymoron? Does such a thing even exist? Find out as Francis Chan explains.
“The unwasted life is the life that puts Christ on display as supremely valuable… A God-centered theology has to be a missionary theology.” John Piper