"I'd rather be in a pit guarded by the Taliban, with Jesus, than sitting in my comfortable house building up my retirement, without Him." Francis Chan, in this powerful video clip.
Jesus founded a missionary movement that now spans the globe. What are these movements made of? Steve Addison explains in this eye-opening video.
In this video, Michael Frost explores a new paradigm for undertaking the hardest missional work of all â€“ advancing the gospel in a context where people think it has been tried and failed.
Dr. Eric Mason walks through Titus, chapter 3, helping us to see the gospel as the means by which cities and communities are changed. Leadership, discipleship, and mission are crucial elements to a healthy church seeking to redeem their city.
Expounding on Isaiah 58:1-14, Dr. Keller calls us to live lives of justice and mercy in the world today.
Check out this clip of JR Woodward during a breakout session from Exponential 2011: On the Verge. In this session he breaks down the skills and gifts of Apostle, Pastor, Evangelist, Prophet, and Teacher, and how these giftings affect the community dynamic.
Is the gospel dangerous? Absolutely. It demands your life, submission to King Jesus instead of submission to self. In fact, it will actually call us to die to ourselves, and for some to even risk their lives. But the logic of the gospel is not denial for denialâ€™s sake.
In this session, Dr. Tim Keller talks about the importance of cities throughout history and the biblical call to reach our cities. Unlike any other place, the urban core is a broad collection of culture, innovation, and need. Here, Keller, gives a biblical theology of the city, how fast they change, and how urban churches should look. This talk encourages us with a redeemed perspective of the "why", "what", and "how" to reach our cities.
"The most unreached peoples in the world are more reachable in cities." Tim Keller takes a look at sociological changes around the world and the implications they have for spreading the Gospel.
Francis Chan explains what Verge is all about, how God is really doing something, and how we really on the verge of seeing something new happen in our churches.