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To re-discover that God is at work (and has been at work all along) reshapes our understanding of both individual and corporate purpose—our calling and our ecclesiology. Considering prevenience and mission as intertwined and inseparable brings this post's four implications to mind.

This is the second of a 3 part series on the biblical teaching on hell. In a Christian culture often reduced to a “turn-or-burn” mentality, is it more accurate to say, “You’re not going to hell”? A close reading of Scripture reveals that the divine punishment for human sin is death, not hell.

In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Brian Russell shares how we might read Psalm 1 using a missional hermeneutic, and what difference this makes for the church.

http://youtu.be/YT_T88crkog Dr. Ed Stetzer of Lifeway Research shares with us about the missional church movement and what makes a church missional. View our growing playlist of...

Sweat beads roll down his cheeks and drip off his chin as Jarod grabs the water hose to gulp down the cool water. Pausing...

I live just north of Chicago where we experienced some of the worst flooding in the region’s history during April 2013. I was up...

Missions and Discipleship are two sides of the same spiritual formation coin, to be invested and spent in the economy of God’s Kingdom. We can...

Missional Culture and the Institutional Church http://youtu.be/0FaEk1E2ztU Missional Culture and Pastor-Shepherds http://youtu.be/ZRunHpI0y34 Missional Culture and Ministry Training http://youtu.be/94g2L5Ax11Y Alan Hirsch is the founding director of Forge Mission Training Network. Currently...

“Enemy-occupied territory – that is what this world is.  Christianity is the story of how the rightful king has landed, you might say landed in...

John Wesley was born in 1703 at Epworth, England, to parents Samuel and Susanna Wesley. His father was rector in the Church of England...

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