Pastor Wade Burleson hasn't always seen eye to eye with the senior leadership of the Southern Baptist Convention, but that hasn't dissuaded him from trying to help the SBC change.
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“We have to accept the fact that peace isn’t magic, and you can love Jesus and still be struggling profoundly with inner peace," Erwin McManus says.
“Instead of an institution, people come to, [the church should be] a way of life cultivated in a place,” David Fitch says. Listen to our conversation with David as he discusses what it looks like when a church is "on mission."
“We need to be planting about 8,100 churches per year just to keep up with the population and the closure rates," Justin Moxley of Stadia says. Justin shares the latest research on church plants, including how they reach unreached people.
Kent Annan is the director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College. In our conversation, Kent addresses the fears that often come up when societies consider welcoming refugees and immigrants and the facts he learned about the impact they have on the nations who welcome them.
“There’s never been a life lived that didn’t have regrets. There’s never been a life lived that didn’t fail on some level or another," Brent Crowe says. In our conversation, Brent encourages leaders to shift their paradigm on regret and failure.
Scott Sauls discusses how a battle with depression during his time as a pastor brought about his greatest contribution to the Kindom of God.
Dr. Matthew Kim of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary discusses how pastors can increase their cultural intelligence and preach better sermons.