The second half of Dan Allender’s powerful Men’s Time seminar at CSU 2007.
Part One of the riveting Men’s Time at CSU 2007. With wit and wisdom, Dan Allender communicates timeless truths in a fresh, compelling manner.
A classic message from Ron Hutchcraft about our primary purpose.
Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.” Mark Charles tells three stories that help us be still in the midst of a hectic culture.
Pastor (and best-selling author) David Platt shares four simple, glorious truths from Isaiah 6 during his closing challenge to Cru staff at our 2011 US National Conference at CSU. Incredible stuff.
Darryl Smith, National Director of Cru High School, eats a Sweet Potato pie and explains how the Christmas Story demonstrates God’s love.
Chip Scivicque, Ron Sanders, and Jay Lorenzen discuss how to build movements characterized by passionate gospel proclamation and compassionate gospel demonstration.
One of the best storytellers in the Cru Empire shares inspiring tales of taking the gospel to the nations.
Neil Downey compares the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day to our current era in history – the time between Christ’s first and second coming.
Paul Gould helps you understand the theology of the Emergent Church.
Charles Gilmer explains the mission of the Impact Movement.
Brad Harry from Here’s Life Inner City – Chicago on Holistic Ministry.
Jo Saxton explains that, in the midst of a cultural earthquake, Christians are called to be a spiritual disaster relief team. Read More
Jay Lorenzen describes what makes a movement vs simply a ministry. Read More
Popular author Donald Miller on the power and importance of story.
Randy Newman of Faculty Commons describes how to use questions and dialogue to share the gospel.
In December 2010, Rick James lost his mom. Two days after the funeral, he gave this talk at TCX in Minneapolis. Listen to this unique perspective on death and discipleship.
Seminar from CSU 2011: a good overview of how to use Perspective Cards.
Two questions to test your heart for lost people.
Where does boldness in evangelism come from?
No matter their lifestyle or background, all who haven’t yet placed their faith in Christ are “outsiders.” With wisdom and genuine care, we can ask good questions to meet outsiders where they’re at.
We can’t judge a person’s spiritual openness based on outward appearances. Only our desire to understand can reveal their internal reality — and lead to a significant spiritual conversation.
When Adam and Eve were hiding in the garden, God asked, “Where are you?” We can help seek and save the lost by asking the same question to people and discover their location on their spiritual journey.
At times, being like Christ involves being a friend to those least like Christ.
A person’s religious background or social status does not determine their spiritual openness.
God must prepare people’s hearts to hear the gospel. That’s what we must pray for.
Five things that stop us from being an effective witness.
A genuine encounter with Jesus is the only prerequisite to a powerful witness.
Natural sound barriers that must be broken to engage in spiritual conversations that lead others to Christ.
The Gospel is life’s most important field of study.
Too often, our spiritual conversations get bogged down by peripheral issues. Here’s the question that will get you to the heart of the matter and lead to deeper, more significant levels of conversation.
It’s natural to have some fear when it comes to evangelism (even Paul had them). God must supply us with the words and courage to speak.
Moving from fear to faith to courageous action is always worth it.
Effective bridge builders look for common ground in the midst of differences.
We need an attitude of gentleness and respect when encountering peoples’ questions and objections.
How to provide grace and truth when facing objections in evangelism.
Saying the right answer in the wrong manner is not effective evangelism.
To help someone on their spiritual journey, we must understanding the main obstacle that keeps them from Christ.
Facing the challenge of living “in the world, not of the world” is significant for young believers. Here’s how to help.
Spiritual leadership does not rest in a title or in a position or in seniority. The biblical approach to leadership rests on the quality of life of the individual leader.
As we experience the impact of God’s Word in our own life, we are equipped to help others.
New believers need awareness of the temptations and hardships they’ll face, and they need encouragement to keep pressing on.
Vintage Piper at TCX, the Upper Midwest Christmas Conference.
What are the things that we worship more than God? Millie Welsh explores this crucial question.
Bob Fuhs gives a seminar on casting vision and making it stick.
Rick James on the reality of heaven.