Lent is first and foremost about the gospel making its way deeper into our lives. How will you engage it this year?
How do you teach your children that Christmas is about the birth of Jesus – in the midst of Santa, toys and the crazy holiday schedule? Here are 5 ways you can make Jesus the focus, and make it fun for the kids!
The One And Only Jesus - a spoken word by Propaganda
Jesus sends moms on mission. Motherhood will have its different seasons, but the role as ambassador is always the same. Find out more.
We’ve become a people who care more about measuring things rather than hearts. Find out why.
If the mission to make disciples is that clear, why do we ignore Jesus and pursue other things so far down the list of “to-dos”?
Francis Chan and David Platt challenge us to make Jesus central in all things.
Are you merciful to the poor, oppressed and needy? Sometimes we just need a jarring reminder about Jesus has done, and what that means for us as a people of mercy.
"If you don't rethink your metrics, your won'd reorder your behaviors." - Jeff Vanderstelt
Sarah Martin shares about her ministry and her desire to see women rise up to make Jesus famous in every part of life.
Why is the Great Commission (Mt. 28:18-20) so noticeably absent from Acts and the apostolic letters? Would the Church still be responsible to go if she did not have the Great Commission? Would we still be experiencing the wave of churches in the West becoming passionate about God’s glory among all the nations that we currently are?
This podcast was recorded live at Verge 2014. Listen as Jamie Ivey and Fabienne Harford share their stories of the first time their eyes locked with Jesus and began to follow him.
What does it practically look like to believe Jesus is better than your job, better than your friends, better than your family? Listen as Jamie Ivey and Fabienne Harford reflect on the opening session of the Verge 2014 Conference.
Braille performs a Spoken Word at Verge 2013 Conference on being consecrated to Jesus.
As the Father sent Jesus, so Jesus has sent us. That means that if we can discover how the Father sent Jesus, then we will see how we have now been sent.
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 does it reveal about our missiology and biblical convictions whenever we think it is strange to advocate that those first century church planting teams have something to teach us?
David Platt shares 20 stunning and incredible pictures of Jesus.