"The church needs to be interconnected, inter-generational. We need the wisdom of the older generation and the wonder of the younger generation."
“Discipleship is the process of moving from unbelief to belief in absolutely every area of life."
“Any election that doesn't have Jesus of Nazareth on the ballot is the lesser of two evils."
In cultures that our like ours—incredibly skeptical, with an inherent distrust of religious institutions, spiritual hungering—there's a real opportunity for a revival to happen.
“I can't think of anything more fun on earth to do than to put my foot on the neck of evil and simultaneously grow the fruit of the glory of God on this earth."
We live in this epic time where there are more people who claim Jesus as their Savior than there ever has been at any point in history.
Christine Caine wants to set you free from shame in Jesus' name.
"I've always felt unqualified, and I discovered it puts me in pretty good company."
Chip Ingram: "There is a correlation between heaven and my faithfulness with my time, talent, treasure and opportunities now."
"In the most flourishing relationships I have, I'm able to be fully myself, instead of merely playing a role."
What is the potential problem when pastors endorse a political candidate?
"We are called to be a part of salt and light within the culture, which means we have to be informed and aware of what’s happening in the world"
“I believe we are told to teach the truth, not because we hate people but because we want to love people and show them God's way.”
“To me, America needs an unprecedented move of the Lord like we have not seen in our generation.”
Jimmy shared with us the biggest lie pastors believe and the six relationships every pastor needs.
"'How do you know if you're a leader?' You look over your shoulder and see if people are following."
"Ministry is a miserable place to look for identity."
Jill shares about her friendship with Kara Tippets and how she showed up for Kara’s battle with cancer.
Greg Laurie shares invaluable wisdom on evangelism – something that is for every Christian.
"Extraordinary leadership is found right there in the great commandment. We have these four dimensions: heart, soul, mind and strength, which give us a framework for what great leadership can look like," Jenni Catron.