John Ortberg and Dallas Willard discuss the centrality of Jesus' message in the Gospels.
Who will be the change-agents in a city (or nation)--the clergy or the laity?
"Sometimes God gets in the way to show us the way," says Mark Batterson.
Mark Driscoll: "We can sin on how we sin the sin."
Alister McGrath explains why scientific discoveries can and should lead use to re-assess our faith.
John Piper shares his input on "if" and "when" it's appropriate for pastors to marry unbelievers.
We say we think biblically, but do we really live our lives according to the examples given to us in the Bible?
Driscoll explains how he juggles devotional time and studying for sermons.
J.I. Packer discusses C.S. Lewis and the Apostle Paul as he talks about our personal choices and eternal destiny.
What's really at stake when we talk about abortion? John Piper says "It's about God."
Gabe Lyons shares insights into the struggles and passions of the "Next Christians."
John Piper shares his thoughts about casting out demons and spiritual warfare.
This was the last speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. He was assassinated the next day.
Author Michael Frost suggests that true community is a by-product of something more valuable: Communitas.
NBA Hall-of-Famer David Robinson discusses how to become a Christian with Randy Frazee.
Francis Chan asks: "Why would we need a Comforter if we are comfortable?"
We live in an age that needs less compliance and more grace.
Steven Furtick encourages leaders to chase after a big vision for following God.
Eugene Peterson reflects on the difference between reading and studying the Bible.
Alan Hirsch reminds us "all great ideas are viral." The idea that Jesus is Lord is the ultimate infection.