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Four reasons why Millennials Will be Better Disciples than we Were

If I could pick one word to describe the Millennial generation, it would be authenticity. I’ve been asked several times, “how do I market my church to Millennials?” The answer is, you can’t. They’ve been marketed to every day of their lives since before they can remember in more ways than they can even count. They see it coming a mile away and they hate it. If we want Millennials to get involved in our Churches, we’re going to have to convince them that faith in Christ is the real deal. Continue Reading

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Three Commitments that will make this Summer Unforgettable

Too many of us are stuck in a perpetual state of immaturity with no desire to do anything about it. We say we know that time is short. We say that our relationship to God is important, but honestly another summer is about to come and go without any lasting change. Here are three commitments you can make this summer that will help you break out of this cycle and truly make this a summer like no other. Continue Reading

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You Can’t Say That in Church

The biggest cry I hear out of the younger generation today is, “either give me something real, or stop wasting my time.” They want to know what’s real. They want to know if we really believe this stuff and if it can really impact their daily lives and if it can’t then they want us to quit wasting their time because they’ve got better things to do than sit in an old building and sing loves songs to a 2000 year old dude. Continue Reading

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God’s Will is Whatever

What if God has already told us what He wants us to do with our lives? What if God’s Will is not about shedding light on the path of life so that we can see every twist and turn miles ahead of time, but it is more about the kind of person you are as you stumble along a pathway that is sometimes very poorly lit? What if God’s will is whatever? Continue Reading

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We are Legend

When Jesus called the twelve they never imagined what was in store for them. They couldn’t comprehend that that we would still be writing and reading about them 2000 years later, that we would still be telling their stories. They couldn’t fathom that their stories would be handed down from generation to generation, that grandparents would tell them to their grandchildren, that armies of monks would labor their entire lives to make sure that they could be faithfully preserved, so that the story of these twelve men and their rabbi would never be forgotten. Continue Reading