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Andy Stanley discusses how the actions of one person can become the tipping point for change.
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?
Jessica Jackley encourages Christians to help the poor in ways that bring about real change.
How will you respond to pain and injustice?
The way we talk about the workplace can determine the way we disciple our congregation.
God gave man two mandates: one was marital—but the first one was cultural.
We all know that Jesus is the head of the church, but what if we gave him the title of "senior pastor" as well?
Even the youngest members of the church can be used powerfully by God. How can we empower more of them to pursue their ideas?
Jesus met with people at wells, and today's church needs to look for opportunities to encounter culture, too.
It was a chronic problem for the people of Israel. They honored God with their actions and rituals, but their hearts were far from him. Have we fallen into the same trap?
Most churches pursue spiritual formation in a didactic way. We assess a person's strengths and then expect them to engage a series of classes that will, we hope, lead to maturity. But, what if we could customize a discipleship journey for each member of our church?