If evangelism is just a check-the-box insurance policy paid for with the simple verbalization of a brief prayer, then calling those same people to costly, lifelong obedience in Christ in the days ahead will be a nearly impossible task.
The church is the place of belonging for resident aliens—and it offers a hopeful model for how to live and work in the place between heaven and earth.
The only power worth pursuing is power borrowed from faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
God calls and empowers us to tell others about Jesus.
Right now, the prayers of God’s people are being collected in golden bowls, mixing with the power of God and transforming death to life.
Carolyn Moore discusses the emergence of her book and highlights her hopes for how it will equip the church to experience its high calling of supernatural living.
These six marks provide a genetic structure—much like the DNA in a living organism—mutually working together to create the movement dynamics that led to the Wesleyan revival.
The Christendom model as we know it, our dominant Western version of the faith, is disintegrating.
Once we have listened to God and our community, this moves us into the loving and serving stage of a fresh expression.
Jesus is a blended ecology, the life of heaven and mud-stuff. The church is his blended ecology, a colony of heaven, in, with, for, and among a sin-marred valley.