Sometimes there can be confusion about what the Christian life is and isn't. But really it all boils down to this one question.
Francis Chan and David Platt challenge us to make Jesus central in all things.
Charlie Hall talks about a danger of being a worship leader in our present culture and gives a warning to worship leaders.
Everything we’ve been doing is not wrong, but everything we’ve been doing needs to be done differently to become God's missional church.
We must not reduce Jesus to a poor, puny savior who is just begging for people to accept him into their hearts as if Jesus needed to be accepted by us. Find out why.
What is the secret to radical leadership? Find out from David Platt.
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.
David Platt shares 20 stunning and incredible pictures of Jesus.
Take a moment and enjoy these videos, all of which center on the person and work of Jesus. Celebrate our Savior's birth!
Spoken word piece by Odd Thomas written for Trinity Church of Portland.
Dave Ferguson discusses the question “What is the mission of Jesus?”
How much is enough? David Platt talks about leading a life that is not driven by consumerism, but by the mission of God.
Find out from Hugh Halter why he thinks Jesus was sacrilegious with Scripture.
The very reason many people are not stepping out in mission is because they're not willing to die for the One who died for them. If you get over that, nothing will stop you.
"The biggest mistake I made was I told people to go be Jesus to people. None of you can be Jesus to people - only Jesus can be Jesus to people." - Jeff Vanderstelt
Here's how I know you're not really on mission... You're not walking in the rhythms of the life of the people who are there. If you only see them once in a while you're not on mission with them.
"The God of the Universe comes and dwells in obscurity for 30 years, and He's not noticed. Are we willing to not be noticed?"
Every culture, every neighborhood, every pocket of people has its own celebrations - your job as a Christian is to engage in the celebration with those people.
Jeff Vanderstelt and Caesar Kalinowski tackle this tough question in this clip from the Verge Conference.