Sister Aimee: Scandalous?

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Evangelism. Reaching Out.

Samuel Rodríguez Advocates for the Agenda of the Lamb

Rev. Samuel Rodríguez calls the church to combine the evangelism of Billy Graham with the advocacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this audio recording from Conexión Hispana at Connection 2013, he shares the balance of the vertical and horizontal elements of the cross. En este mensaje, el reverendo Samuel Rodríguez comparte el balance de los elementos verticales y horizontales de la Cruz. Read More»


The Big Story

In “The Big Story,” Justin Buzzard invites non-Christian seekers to consider their personal stories in light of God’s invitation for them to join the “big story” by coming into relationship with Jesus Christ. Using everyday language and explaining biblical terms most longtime believers take for granted, the author deftly illuminates the gospel story woven throughout the Bible. Read More»


Christ + City

More than two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities within the next 40 years, the U.N. estimates. And, right now, only 2 percent of those urban residents are Christians. If we’re going to reach the world, we need to reach our cities, and in his new book, “Christ + City,” author and pastor Jon M. Dennis in Chicago points the way. Read More»


Why Cities Matter

More than half the people worldwide live in cities, making urban centers prime fields of harvest for the gospel and crucial to any social and spiritual transformation. In their new book, “Why Cities Matter,” pastors Stephen T. Um and Justin Buzzard outline specific steps church leaders can take to create a solid foundation for thriving ministry in urban contexts. Read More»


Godspeed: Making Christ’s Mission Your Own

Author Britt Merrick, pastor of Reality, a family of churches in the U.S. and England, says that God’s mission to save the world started with Jesus, but it doesn’t end there. Jesus, in turn, sends us. His new book, “Godspeed: Making Christ’s Mission Your Own,” is a challenge to Christians everywhere to restore, redeem and renew the world. Read More»

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