"It takes God to love God," Mike Bickle says. So how does the Holy Spirit help us to burn with passion for Christ? Find out here.
For so many of us, 2020 has been a difficult year full of challenges. But as we close out this year, Justin encourages us to reflect on the ways we've grown and celebrate the victories, both big and small.
It is so simple yet profound: God became a man. Dean Briggs invites us to take a deeper look at the meaning of the incarnation with a very personal application.
Worship frees us to commune with God. Let your soul be renewed as you take time to rejoice in His goodness and love.
The Holy Spirit is raising up the global house of prayer. Mike Bickle shares wisdom and insights gained from 21 years of day-and-night prayer.
We will need truth, wisdom, and intimate knowledge of Jesus to avoid deception in the end times. Jesus has counsel for us to respond rightly.
Looking at difficult times here and great peril—and glory—ahead, David Sliker calls attention to the urgency of being prepared to walk in dynamic union with God through the Holy Spirit, prayer, and agreement with His Word.
Jesus will come back to His singing Bride, who will be moving in the love, power, and wisdom of God. Learn more about the end-time prayer movement.
The Bridegroom message is a call to intimacy with God, to experience the deep things of His heart—His emotions, desires, and affections for us and His thoughts about us.
Want to move from burnout and working for God to lovesick fascination? Discover Jesus, our primary reward, in this blog by Mike Bickle.
Some Christians focus on God's love but not His severity, while Scripture clearly emphasizes both. A call to balance, or complete, our perspective.
Testing can produce mature love, which is the gold Jesus counsels us to "buy" from Him (Revelation 3:18). Let go of lesser things and cling to Him with new abandon!
In shifting seasons we must focus on the unshakeable truths of what Scripture says is happening: birth pangs before the return of Christ, the birth of the millennial age, and the age to come.
Want to survive the current crisis and be ready to shine in the next? Read why taking a year to prioritize seeking Jesus is an excellent move.
In these extraordinary times, teens need connection with God and with each other more than ever. Isaac Bennett shares his passion for sending teens to summer camp.
Perhaps now more than ever, we must guard ourselves, and our children, from falling into isolation. Why is this important? Because the Lord God made us for relationships! And not just relationships through a computer screen or phone, but rich, vibrant, in-person relationships.
In the midst of racial conflict, Stuart Greaves instructs us on how to let our souls rest in God through prayer, revelation, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
As believers, we have the privilege of bringing the gospel to those who haven't heard—whether they be in our communities or another part of our world. You carry the hope that the world needs! Andy Byrd of The Send shares his heart.
We are caught in a desire for change yet get frustrated when circumstances change around us. How do we handle this wrestle? Learn from one man's journey and inner struggle.
Do we shut down in the face of crisis, or allow Jesus to meet us there? Allen Hood shares his personal journey of responding to the Coronavirus /COVID-19 pandemic by clinging to the words in red.
In shakings, our faith (or lack thereof) is revealed. Which path will we choose—fear or faith?
Need hope in troubled times? One man's story of finding God in his darkest moments can encourage you.
God's Grace can sustain us as life goes from normal to quite different in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19). See how one man adapted.
The power of life and death is in the tongue. How can confessing the risen Christ in you build your faith and help you overcome? Get fresh perspective this Easter!
As world events change rapidly, we can find hope and peace in the unchangeable truth of God's character and His promise of faithfulness.
Whether it's pain, shame, bitterness, or loss, the gospel offers hope and healing in Jesus' name.
Struggling to adjust to corporate worship online during these times? Veteran worship leader Justin Rizzo shares some encouragement and advice
Can discovering more of God's beauty actually lead to seeing greater beauty in our spouse and world and inspire spiritual growth? Find out more.