This year's top-ten-blogs list includes articles . . . from some of our senior leaders, Mike Bickle, Dana Candler, David Sliker, and Daniel Lim, as well as two blogs on raising children from John Chisholm.
In our increasingly isolated world—whether due to technology, pandemics, or other things—connection is as important as ever.
Advent is less about the mechanics of our celebration and more about the seeking of the face of the God-man, who fully grasps the anguish you and I are feeling yet prevailed over it.
As we grow in dependence upon God, knowing our weakness and yet receiving His strength, our love and gratitude unto God grow and expand.
Don't underestimate the power of intercession. Gain fresh perspective to remain in the grace or press into it for the first time.
Mike Bickle challenges believers to gain understanding of the end times and to prepare for the pastoral challenges that are coming.
Daniel Lim challenges misconceptions about studying the end times and calls believers into God's mature love, embracing both His justice and mercy.
In Samuel Whitefield's own words, "the Bible repeatedly commands singing and predicts the Church will be a singing people in the most difficult hour of history." He explores in this blog why God uses singing in such a profound way in and for His Church.
Believe it or not, happiness is tied to emotional intelligence. John advises fathers how to help their sons grow into mature, healthy men.
It's a myth that nothing is happening when we pray—even if we don't feel anything God is there, and He will respond!
"Even in the Bible’s darkest moments we can see the beauty of God’s person shining through." Samuel Whitefield gives a hopeful perspective on the fall of man in Genesis 3.
Daniel Lim breaks down five biblical tasks that "constitute the final frontier of works for the corporate Bride of Christ that will make her ready for the marriage of the Lamb at the return of Jesus Christ, her Bridegroom."
Helping children walk through life's ups and downs is key to developing their emotional intelligence—which is crucial in their preparation for their active roles in society, family, and in the Church.
Although our sin and weakness make us "dark," God says we are lovely. Gain confidence in How He sees you.
Many believers are ignorant of the beauty and glory of Jesus that are revealed in the book of Revelation. Daniel Lim challenges us to know Jesus in this way.
Adapted from chapter 2 of The Nations Rage by David Sliker The Father has chosen to bring forth and establish justice…
"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!