|Evangelism
What gospel-centered evangelism looks like in a multiethnic context.

A few weeks ago, I shared three characteristics of high-definition evangelism. Today, I want to continue that conversation with three more ideas to help you be intentional in reaching out to a multiethnic world.

In the earlier article, I shared how gospel-centered vision, ...

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|Discipleship
God wants to use teens to change the world.
Teens Are Not the Church of Tomorrow
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We believe our teenagers are not the church of tomorrow but the church of today. God has used teens throughout his redemptive history. He used David, Mary, and most of Jesus’ disciples at young ages. Teens, we believe God can use you today to change the world.

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|Leadership
Three leadership insights that will make you a better pastor today.
It’s Not All About the Weekend
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Every day it feels like I learn something new. When I was younger, I thought I knew everything, but the older I get the more I realize how much I really don’t know. Here are three pastoral leadership insights I’m learning. I hope they encourage you.

Don’t ...

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|Discipleship
Is your Bible study helping you to seek and to save the lost?
Us Four and No More
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On August 2, 1997, during training camp with the Indianapolis Colts, God the Holy Spirit awakened my heart to see my need for Jesus. A former teammate named Steve Grant had shared the Good News with me for five years. Steve was passionate about reaching people with the gospel ...

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|Leadership
Seeing salvation in high-definition.
How Can Enemies Now Be Friends?
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How can enemies now be friends?

When the people of first-century Ephesus looked at its multiethnic congregations of Jews and Gentiles, this question must have been on their minds. The apostle Paul wrote his letter to encourage these ethnically diverse congregations of former ...

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|Discipleship
Trusting God in difficult circumstances.
We All Have a Little Egypt in Us
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I love the Exodus story. It has mystery, adventure, heroism, defiance, miracles, and the struggle of real people in a world swirling with volatility and danger. So often, I, and perhaps you, read the Bible like it’s a sterile textbook, instead of as God’s redemptive ...

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|Gospel of Grace
What the incarnation means for you.
Jesus, the Ultimate Team Captain
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What does the word “incarnation” mean and how can it impact your life today? I share about this gospel truth in this short clip from a recent sermon. When Jesus puts on flesh, he becomes our representative to God the Father, like a team captain on the football field. He lives the perfect life we cannot, but he doesn’t stop there. Not only does God guarantee us new bodies in the New Heavens and New Earth, he gives us a new power today in him. Watch the rest of the sermon
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