LGBTQ rights. Pandemics. Racism. Churches are knee-deep in discord today. So how do you navigate murky waters? Listen in to Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, authors of “I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening).”
What happens when the world changes overnight? How do we do church different? Hear from: Michael Beck, Wildwood UMC, Fla./Fresh Expressions pioneer; Olu Brown, Impact Church/Atlanta; and Cathy Townley, worship coach
What happens when the world changes overnight? How do we do church different? Hear from: Jon Ferguson, New Thing/Chicago; Rachel Gilmore, church planter and Path1 staff; and Eric Kieb, Grace Church/Bay City, Mich. Join us for Episode 2.
What happens when the world changes overnight? How do we do church different? Hear from: Jorge Acevedo, Grace Church/Fla.; Kim Griffith, consultant, church planter; and Mark Aupperlee, Sycamore Creek/Potterville.
Reaching young people isn’t rocket science. But it does require culture and leadership shifts. Listen to this podcast with Jake Mulder, co-author of Growing Young. Mulder is also a keynoter for the next REACH Summit.
Church planting not only turns denominations around. It can also turn a church around. Listen in to Rev. Rachel Gilmore, a young, dynamic pastor and church planter. She’s also a keynoter for this fall’s REACH Summit.
Real discipleship is a lifelong journey. Listen in to Rev. Jim Harnish, author of A Disciple’s Path, as he talks about how helping your congregation deepen their path with Christ can literally transform the world.
God did not intend for us to be divided along racial lines. Listen in as Victoria Gibbs and Janice McWhertor of CORR, Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation, explain how we can begin to move together.
Does a Happy Meal or a locally flavored burger better satisfy people’s hunger? Listen in as Rosario Picardo and Jason Moore of Ginghamsburg and beyond discuss serving the gospel, cooked up with a little local flavor.