Does Christianity really teach that when we die, we immediately go to Heaven? Historically, no.
The great thing about small group is the opportunity to create a space to encourage and celebrate each other, no matter the circumstance.
Without you, we could not have hosted a conference and poured into church leaders in the manner and depth that we were able.
Even though I don’t always love the end of things, I've come to understand something important: The end matters.
You have to be connected relationally in order to grow spiritually. But that doesn't mean all aspects of your personal relationship with your heavenly Father should be made available for public consumption.
Some scholars estimate there are up to 900 different English translations or paraphrases of the Bible. How can you know which is best for you?
An invitation to apprentice can be meaningful, encouraging, and inspiring if you do a few simple things,
For a deeper perspective on justice and redemption in the Bible, check out this short video by the Bible Project. It's good stuff.
Asking a group member to be your apprentice can be awkward—too formal and serious in what is otherwise a comfortable friendship. But it doesn't have to be that way.
You’ve volunteered to lead your small group and now you’re wondering what you’ve gotten yourself into. Am I right? Hang on . . . we’ve got you covered.
Fasting is one of the most misunderstood and ignored of all of the spiritual practices. That doesn't mean you shouldn't give it a try.
Vulnerability is more than just sharing our biggest secrets. It’s also stepping out in smaller ways to reveal more of ourselves to others.
If spiritual growth is like a journey, then in order to get where you want to go, you need to know where you currently are.
From spiritual practices and the books of the Bible to career challenges and establishing guardrails, there are a variety of studies that are just a click away.
I’ve started memorizing scripture again. And this time I’m the one challenging people to join me on this journey.
You are the best leader when you’re leading, in both the everyday moments and the tough seasons, with a posture that reflects humility, intentionality, teachability, and curiosity.