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Two Voices

Most of my life, I’ve been told how important accountability is. I agree, it’s important. Very important, in fact. I’ve always sought to have people...

Get to Know Parable Creative

I wanted to re-introduce you to Parable Creative, an organization that I support, believe in and am on the board of. They ...

Free Book Chapter: A World of Difference, by Kenneth Samples

"The Christian worldview highly values logic and rationality, which find their source and ground in God."

Rick Warren on the AIDS Crisis

We can stop AIDS. It is a preventable disease. It isn’t good enough to manage it.

When It is OK to Be Stubborn

From Ezekiel 3:4-11: “God then said to me: ‘Son of man, go now to the house of Israel and speak my words to them…. ...

Best Books on Movements

I’ve published a list of what I regard as the top books on Movements. A mixture of biblical, sociological, organizational, and historical studies. Happy reading!

Students Suspended for Donut Outreach

Christian students are disciplined for distributing donuts to teachers along with Bible verses.

Sun Stand Still Blog Tour

I was very happy to receive my copy of Sun Stand Still in the mail a couple of weeks ago. I knew Steven Furtick...

Mentoring and Transforming Others…

“Then Jesus came to them and said, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make...

Meet a Church Planter | John Bryson

John Bryson | Lead Pastor of Fellowship Memphis | Memphis, TN Call To Plant Fellowship Memphis started in 2003 in a living room with 30...

Nudge by Leonard Sweet

Yesterday, I noticed my friend, Spencer Burke, tweeting about his interview with another friend of mine, Leonard Sweet. This conversation and Sweet’s...

Free Resource: Culturally Relevant Ministry in Postmodern World, by Ed Stetzer

"Postmoderns do not fit in a nice little cultural box, but they need to be reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ."

Exclusive Interview with Shaun King

We talk to King about TwitChange, his idea to raise funds for Haiti using Twitter and celebrities.

Beating Bitterness

By Dustin Neeley, A29 member and planter of The Crossing Church, in Louisville, Kentucky. He also runs “Church Planting for the Rest of Us,”...

The Rising Tide of Chinese Christianity

NPR reports on one of the most amazing advances in the history of the Christian movement. The missionaries planted the seed of the gospel but...

The Look That Kills

I had the honor of endorsing a book a couple months ago entitled The Look That Kills . This great little book was written...

What Makes a Great Campus Pastor?

The following is a guest post from Jim Tomberlin, which appeared in REV! Magazine, July/August 2009. I thought this would go well with what...

12 Cities, 12 Conversations

12 Cities | 12 Conversations is part of a movement to unite Christians to think, discuss, and pray together.

Outreach in an ESPN World

Learn how and why your church should get in the game of sports evangelism.

Atheist Billboards Part of National Effort

These ads are designed to let atheists and nonreligious people know "they're not alone."

Christian Writer Danté Stewart on Expanding ‘Theological Imagination’ to Include the...

In an interview with Religion News Service, Christian writer Danté Stewart discusses his experiences with white evangelicalism, learning to embrace the Black church tradition of his upbringing, and expanding his "theological imagination" to include the Black experience.

Brian Tome: What It Was Like to Pastor Through the ‘Worst...

“You can go through a desert," says Brian Tome, "and not lose your faith and still be used by God, even though you don't feel like you're being used by God.”

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