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5 Lessons I Learned from Church Planting

Revolution Church turned 5 years old recently and it got me thinking about the last 5 years, all that God has done, his faithfulness and all that...

The Secret Formula to Find Fulfillment Today

Fulfill is the characteristic verb in Matthew’s Gospel. All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: “The virgin will conceive and give...

You’ll Reap What You Sow

Most of you know I’m a gardening nut. I love planting stuff and after this long winter, spring can’t get here soon enough. I’m...

The Academy Awards: Who Really Won?

Watching the Oscars is a yearly tradition in my house—something we look forward to as the cold winter months roll through. Leif and I have high...

So You Love Jesus, But Hate the Church?

It almost seems as if there is nothing new under the sun. It almost feels as if we've heard this story before: Leaders in...

In Defense of the Relationally Challenged Male

I don’t think any of us would argue that there are monumental differences between men and women. Anyone who’s been married longer than seven...

Do the Next Right Thing You Know to Do

One of the most powerful growth principles I’ve ever heard is: “Do the next right thing you know to do.” This applies to moving forward...

A Whole New Way to Think About Fear That Changes Everything We’ve Been Taught

A baby bird flew into our house. I’d left the back door open to drink in the crisp air never expecting a winged creature to...

Ahmed, Can I Pray for You?

I’ve been on long service leave for most of December/January.  Michelle and I had two weeks in Turkey visiting ancient sites (Ephesus, Pergamon, Pamukkale, Cappadocia)...

The Importance of Assessment in Church Planting

by Tyler Powell, Acts 29 N. America Assessment Director To varying degrees, we are constantly assessing things in our daily lives—from fruit in the supermarket...

Deciding Not to Decide

I’ve been in one of those seasons where I feel God is teaching me so many things about church leadership, and leadership in general...

Struggle With Shutting Other People Out?

God blesses those who work for peace, for they will be called the children of God” (Matthew 5:9). Stress and burnout can cause us to project...

Discovering Your Dream Job

Between the ages of 18-36 the average American will have 9.3 different jobs. That’s a lot of transitions. Most of the time when we’re...

3 Tips to Bounce Back from Burn Out

Over the last few years I’ve slowly been learning and relearning the power of rest, the gift of the Sabbath. In Wonderstruck, I confessed: “Most days,...

For When You Feel Overwhelmed and for When You Feel Small

First let me begin by saying, wow, you guys. The flu is a terrible, terrible thing. I thought I caught the flu the day after...

Becoming a Radically Diverse Crowd

One of the great joys I’ve had as a pastor and a leader is learning from other pastors and leaders. That learning has taken...

Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow & Christianity on the Broncos’ Field

It’s no secret that Tim Tebow brought the carnival to town with his popularity as well as his proclamations of faith. A former Florida Gator and Heisman...

The Trust Meter

I’ll admit that at times I have a hard time trusting certain people. I generally develop my feelings of distrust after someone has done...

The Quality of Your Life Depends on This One Thing

I used to think rest meant taking a nap or getting a few extra hours of sleep. But rest isn’t a purely passive activity....

Do for One

It’s always tough when you’re giving a message and you see a person in the crowd who is absolutely “losing” it. Yesterday, during our...
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