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David Platt talks about “the sinner’s prayer” and biblical response to the gospel. Is raising your hand and repeating a prayer bad? How do we respond if we don’t pray a prayer?
Paintings have edges, stories have endings, plays have a final curtain. Limits define creativity and make it more vibrant. Our limitations are the first and possibly greatest allies to our creativity, whether in life, in the arts, or in sharing the gospel. As T.S. Eliot said, “When forced to work within a strict framework the imagination is taxed to its utmost – and will produce its richest ideas. Given total freedom the work is likely to sprawl.” Designer John Maeda … Read More
I was born in New Delhi, India and lived in an orphanage from the day I was born until I turned one. Read More
Darryl Smith, National Director of Cru High School, eats a Sweet Potato pie and explains how the Christmas Story demonstrates God’s love.
Today is Mardi Gras. What began as a last chance to indulge in some really great food before Lent begins has evolved (or devolved) into a giant parade and party in New Orleans. Weird. That means tomorrow is the beginning of Lent, a 40-day liturgical period of prayer and fasting beginning with Ash Wednesday and culminating in Easter. So if you see people walking around with a black smudge on their forehead tomorrow, it’s there on purpose. (For more on … Read More
What if this generation was willing to trade in the pursuit of the American Dream for the pursuit of making an eternal impact? *Courtesy of BlueFishTV.com
In this article, Tim Keller explains how the gospel is the dynamic for all heart-change, life-change, and social change. Read More
In light of the tragic events in New Town, Connecticut last week, many people are questioning God and asking “Why?” Here is a “Four Chapter” Gospel explanation that can help steer conversations toward compassionate, biblical answers. Read More
Download Backstory in this PDF format to easily share the gospel story using your iPad. Read More
Ryan Berg explains why he uses the relational language of the 3 E’s (Embrace, Experience, and Extend) instead of Win, Build, and Send.
Ryan Berg explains how Gospel declaration and demonstration is impacting his students… and the world.