Mark Driscoll, lead pastor of the 8,000 member Mars Hill church talks about redeeming culture, the importance of the gospel, and the success of the Mars Hill and Act 29 church planting network.
Our culture is bathed with deals designed to get people what they can’t afford. By the time it’s all said and done, the average college student pays nearly $9,000 in interest on top of debt itself. Blogger Justin Marr explores the history of debt in the Bible.
John Stott passed away on July 27, 2011 at the age of 90, and the world lost a great man and leader. The magnitude of Stott’s death rippled beyond the boundaries of the Christian community. Writer Jamie Born highlights the writing that Stott leaves behind as his legacy.
Internet shoe and clothing conglomerate Zappos defines itself by its 24/7 customer service policy. Its leadership team actively promotes an attitude of service, and its employees are passionate about helping people—can we say the same thing about the Church?
The evolution of Apple technology has far-reaching consequences—more than deciding the type of device used to play music on your morning run. Tech blogger John Dyer explores how Steve Jobs has accidentally empowered the persecuted church.
With more and more of the world’s population moving to urban centers, pastors and church planters are seeking new ways to reach city dwellers. New York City pastor Jon Tyson talks about his method: the City Parish Model.