Paul Tripp discusses how bi-vocational leaders can balance the burden of leading each week with family and career responsibilities.
This one thing could change the way you interact with the whole world, even in the everyday stuff of life. Find out more.
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.
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.
Find out what it looks like to recover the leadership ethos that sparks and sustains gospel movements.
Sometimes we miss the true meaning of Christmas. But this is a good reminder of what Christmas is really all about.
Is real leadership meant to look as sexy as some make it out to be? Find out why incarnational leadership isn't sexy.
Most churches are not firing on all cylinders. But there is a specific Biblical formula for movemental leadership and the Church in the West has forgotten the ingredients. Find out why.
The church is not an orphanage. It is a family. But for too long the church has acted more like an orphanage, not a family. Find out what to do about it.
Dr. Perkins is interviewed at the Verge Conference about justice and the gospel.
Alan Hirsch shares what the content of discipleship is.
Jo Saxton shares how to preach to people of peace.
Why don’t more Christians see making disciples as a key component of what it means to follow Christ? David Platt gives his answer.
Jeff Vanderstelt discusses our need for the Spirit in discipleship.
What do work and faith have to do with each other? How do they integrate? Find out the 5 ways your faith influences your work.
What is the secret to radical leadership? Find out from David Platt.
Alan Hirsch describes missional discipleship, and why it's even weird to have to say it that way.
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.