October 30, 2012 | Send Relief
Kevin Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board, urges prayer and financial support for Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers who are "connecting the help with the hope" in providing meals, clearing debris and otherwise ministering to victims of Hurricane Sandy. To support the...
October 29, 2012 by Geoff Surratt | Send Network
Geoff Surratt, Managing Director of Exponential and a freelance church catalyst, explains why discipleship should be looked at as an adventure. Learn more.
October 26, 2012 | Send Network
Justin Perry, Pastor of Covenant Life Church in Tampa, FL answers the question: How do I support and champion existing churches in my community?
October 17, 2012 by Curtis Cook | Send Network
Curtis Cook, pastor of Hope Fellowship Church in Cambridge, MA, explains the three principles of young church planters. Click here to learn more.
I Am Chicago Video
October 15, 2012 | Church Planting | Send Network
Chicago is a place where the nations are gathered. It is a place where more than 100 languages are spoken. And it is a place with potential..
October 11, 2012 | Evangelism | Send Network
Matt Chewning, Pastor of Net Cast Church in Beverly, MA answers the question: What's a disciple and how do you know your church is making them?
October 5, 2012 by Ed Stetzer | Send Network
Statistically, you can see a recurring pattern: Bible engagement is directly related to spiritual growth. While it may be possible to become a "better person" by attending church, it is not true spiritual growth. New life in Christ, the...
October 3, 2012 | Send Network
Joshua Lenon, Pastor of Red Door Church in Cincinnati, OH answers the question: How should I care for my wife during church planting?
September 27, 2012 | Evangelism | Send Network
Joseph Velarde, Pastor of Riverbend Community Church in Allentown, PA answers the question: Why is being a lifelong learner so important?
The Who Hurdle Blog Post
September 26, 2012 by Dean Fulks | Send Network
Running track in high school I learned the hardest hurdle to jump is the first one. After those first couple, you can find a rhythm whether you three-step or five-step them. But the first one – the “highest” hurdle – can seem like a giant. Your...