Stephanie (real name withheld) had just become an orphan. Things were tough and she didn’t know what to do. Then, she met someone who promised to ‘help’ and though she … Continue reading She joined the red lights when she was only 12!
When movements start to be successful, one of the first things people are faced with is how to deal with problems. Learning how to deal with difficulties biblically is vital … Continue reading Turning Big Problems into Giant Success Stories
The Lord gives us a pattern of how he wants us to transform the world. He laid this wisdom down in the Book of Acts, as well as, modeling it … Continue reading How to Have Fruitful Outreaches
We discovered that less than 3% of the emerging generation knows what it means to follow Christ or what it means to go to church on Sundays. That means about 97% of everyone under the age of 18 has absolutely no concept of what it means to go to church on Sunday. So, we had to be realistic and look at our strategy to see if what we were doing to see a transformation in people’s lives was that being effective.
On average our full-time missionaries preach the Gospel to 10,000+ people and work in some of the most dangerous and unreached nations of the world. All of them started out not knowing how to evangelize or engage with a worldwide movement. Through rigorous training, some of the best in the world, and hours of dedication and prayers for the lost, they are able to be effective the second they place their feet on the mission field. Learn what they learned in our Impact Workshop Podcast Series.
Many believe that keeping our First Love first means praying and not going. Others may think to fulfill the Great Commission is going and not praying. Both are wrong. Living for our First Love is praying and going at the same time! The greatest place of intimacy is in our secret place while making an impact.
What does it mean to finish the Great Commission? The Great Commission can now be defined in measurable goals called “Finish Lines”. By unifying the body of God around clear … Continue reading Finishing the Great Commission