We believe the Gospel changes people, and people change the world. You see I really believe the reason why we don't see more transformation is because we haven't really been transformed and changed by the Gospel.
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.
"I have created more para-churches than anyone else probably alive. But I'm asking God to forgive me for being so blind for so long." - Dr. Perkins
Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski give some helpful tips when it comes to discipling people to follow and obey Jesus.
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 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.
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.
In this short video clip, Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski explain why a Missional Community is not primarily a Support Group.
Is this phrase "Casual Christian" an oxymoron? Does such a thing even exist? Find out as Francis Chan explains.
In this short video clip, Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski explain why a Missional Community is not primarily a Social Activist group.
3 Missional Communities from The Austin Stone talk about what it looks like to collectively live on mission in their context.
"How can we have rooms of people who claim to have the Holy Spirit of God Almighty inside their bodies. God Almighty inside of you? And your life looks just like everyone else? No wonder they're shutting down the churches." Francis Chan
In this short video clip, Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski explain why a Missional Community is not primarily a Bible study.
Is there a more fruitful way to disciple than simply giving all we can to as many as possible? Find out in the Part 4 of this series on disciple-making.
Part 5 - Here are 10 more simple ways that you can engage your city with gospel intentionality.
Is there a more fruitful way to disciple than simply giving all we can to as many as possible? Find out in the Part 2 of this series on disciple-making.
Is the church in America, by and large, equipping people as effective disciple-makers? Find out in Part 2 of this series on disciple-making.
We spent several months with leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional communities. Join the conversation!
-7 Questions Series- Question 7: What are some stories of struggle and success that are common to Missional Communities? First, I think we have to fight as much as we can against what we would view as success because at the end of the day...