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A radical transformation.
Andy Stanley discusses how the actions of one person can become the tipping point for change.
Many of us pledge to surrender ourselves entirely to Christ, but what does that really mean?
Being the "light of the world," Christians are God's plan for social justice - a plan that carries with it both duty and privilege.
We're here to offer the world a foretaste of the Kingdom of God.
Have you ever made a commitment to God only to discover it was far more difficult to fulfill than you anticipated?
Although sin distorts our appetites, God created them.
Sometimes God just wants to know that he's still more important than your dream.
When Moses died, Joshua inherited the responsibility of leading the people of Israel into the Promised Land. Unfortunately, Joshua didn't know anything about taking the land; all his education was in the fine art of wandering the desert.
God invites us to cast our anxieties upon him.
Don't miss what God has for you.
Don't seek fame. Seek faithfulness.
What makes us human?
The financial crisis that rocked the global economy has made many people long for bold, decisive leadership. But Malcolm Gladwell says we need precisely the opposite.
"Everybody is a volunteer." Since anyone can leave at any time depending on the authenticity of our moral authority, that is how we should see those we lead - even the paid employees.