Churches that consistently produce leaders have a healthy culture for leadership development. Find out what that culture looks like.
What does true leadership look like? The answer might be simpler and more holistic than you think. Find out why.
Stew, Founding Director of Verge Network, interviews Soong-Chan Rah about racial justice in America today, and how we can take the first step to moving forward.
Pastor John Onwuchekwa recorded an impassioned message for The Austin Stone Community Church about prayer, unity and the need for racial reconciliation.
Have you ever heard the phrase 'white guilt' when talking about racial injustices? Here's why we need to stop using that phrase.
A conversation with Propaganda about racial justice in America today, and why 'colorblindness' is a barrier to racial justice.
Dr. John Perkins, Helen Lee, Jorge Mendoza, Michael "Stew" Stewart and William 'Duce' Branch discuss the state of racial justice in our country and the need for racial intelligence.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about the problem of racial injustices, and how we haven't come as far as we think we have.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about understanding the root causes of racial injustice.
Paul David Tripp uses 1 John 4 to define "cruciform" (in the shape of the cross) love and how it shapes the way we relate to our children.
Dope Church is a growing community of Christians committed to being family with their neighbors struggling in addiction, the sex industry, and the criminal lifestyle.
What's the biggest challenge facing the church today? According to Paul Tripp, it might not be what you think. Watch to find out more.
When the Selfs moved to a new neighborhood, they knew God was calling them to share the love of Jesus with their neighbors. Eight years later, it is evident that hearts are being transformed by the Gospel.
As Chris and Britten Buster lead an ever growing missional community of 19 adults and over 20 kids, they learn how to be a good neighbor and share the love of Christ with their friends and neighbors.
You cannot call yourself a disciple of Christ and NOT be a disciplemaker. But we cannot let our discipleship occur at the expense of being a disciple. Find out why.
A Matt Chandler interview about marriage and it's real cultural significance that should encourage the people of God to speak to our world in love regarding this issue.
Our churches need to be the places who can receive the refugees from the sexual revolution - those who have been hurt and harmed by it. Here's how.
They may look like they're on the fringe, people you may overlook or count as out. But the reality is that these people are the future leaders of movements... movements of forgiveness and acceptance.
How Christians should speak to our homosexual neighbors in love.
The goal is to see the gospel and mission lived out in the flow of life. Here are practical ways how.