In this video by Granger Church, the concept of prayer is explored from a vulnerable viewpoint.
Alan Roxburgh and Eddie Gibbs talk about the issues around educating Church leaders and the challenges ahead.
James MacDonald and C. J. Mahaney offer counsel to young leaders who desire to work in full-time ministry.
Pastor Bill Hybels asks whether your "learning bandwidth" is getting wider or narrower?
Craig Groeschel gives his take on this controversial question.
The Indie-film, "The Grace Card," demonstrates how one act of grace can change history.
The fear of hell by itself saves nobody.
Mark Driscoll explains that a passion for Jesus will always involve conflict.
What if you were faced with a radical choice?
John Wimber taught that the works of Jesus must accompany the words of Jesus.
Alan Hirsch suggests we no longer are willing to roll the dice.
Shane Hipps invites us to consider how the method we choose to share the gospel can actually alter the message.
Ed Young encourages young leaders with five tips for growing as a godly leader.
If God became man in order to speak to men, perhaps the Scripture speaks in human terms in order to connect with its readers.
Cordeiro encourages church leaders to learn when to say "no."
Pastor Bill Johnson reminds us: friendship with God comes first.
Peter Rollins says others accuse him of denying the resurrection--and they're right.
John Piper responds to the controversial question about God's wrath in the Old Testament.
John directed his message of repentance to the non-religious and religious.
Os Guinness examines what it means to say, "I believe the Bible."