On today's show, Tyler Reagin of Catalyst, joins us to share about leadership and how to prepare yourself and those around you for leadership.
We are joined today by Dave Rhodes, Pastor of Discipleship and Movement Initiatives at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta Georgia, to chat about the 100 Movements and how it can help you in seeing Gospel Movement.
Today we met with Daniel Im, of NewChurches.com. Daniel will share with us the power of movements in North America and how Churches can be equipped to reach the next generation.
Today we are in a conversation with the Daniel Yang, the director of the Send Institute. We will talk about in the show what it is and how it can help with planting churches and raising up pastors in North America.
On today's show, Brad Brisco and Craig Lovelace join us to chat about the Alan Hirsch book called Forgotten Ways and how it can help shape and develop your ministry.
On today's repost, we revisit a past episode from Timothy Beougher who joined us to talk about the Circuit Riders and how God used a movement of young pastors to bring about a mass movement of churches in early America.
Today we repost an episode from the archive when Dr. Russell Moore joined us to talk about a past article on Millennials, and if the characterizations of them being selfish and entitled are correct. Dr. Moore is President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) with the Southern Baptist Convention. The ERLC is the moral and public policy agency of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
This week in our Best of the Best series, we are reposting Episode 87 called "Give me freshman or give me death!" This week’s episode brings the third of our three-part installment from Ames, IA, as Mark Vance, Director of Salt Co. joins us on the podcast. Last week you heard about the Theology of the Gospel course. Now, hear how that, and other strategies work practically in reaching freshmen. As they say in Iowa, “Give me freshmen, or give me death!”
In today's episode repost, we go back to episode 51. Whether trying to grow from a ministry of 10 to 20, or from 100 to 1000, there are certain principles that hold true. In this episode, Noe Garcia shares both the philosophical and practical steps you can take to help your college ministry experience growth.
Today, Dave Turner and Mike Mcdaniel talk about how synchronizing college students with church planting can have a huge effect on reaching the world for Christ.