Church Planting, Leading, Ministry, Missional Living

5 Questions Your Mission Team Needs to Ask

There are some significant questions to ask when you are leading or participating with a missions team - either here... or there....  Take time to be in sync with your mission partner on the ground and explore these 5 questions: Does my team have its own agenda?  Or are we following the lead and the… Continue reading 5 Questions Your Mission Team Needs to Ask

Church Planting, Culture, Leading, Ministry, Missional Living

How One Texas Church Embraced an Ureached, Unengaged People Group

The Marati People of India, Embraced Unengaged by men, but not by God! (First Hand Account By L.D., edited by Ariadne Harrison*) Keller, TX – In November of 2011 God put it on my heart to lead our church to “embrace” a second unengaged unreached people group. The Holy Spirit stirred me to pray about… Continue reading How One Texas Church Embraced an Ureached, Unengaged People Group

Bible, Culture, Leading, Ministry, Missional Living

Chasing after glory…

The desire to create and rule one's own kingdom is an ancient struggle of the heart. All the way back to our friends, Adam & Eve in Genesis... The temptation to want to be in control... wise... all-knowing... god-like... This temptation hisses in the garden and eventually rings in the ear of man. The consequent fall of man due to this chase after man's own glory is an effective tactic of the enemy. We are all susceptible.

Church, Culture, Leading, Ministry, Missional Living

Dr. David Platt, Pastor of The Church at Brook Hills: Why I Wholeheartedly Support the GCRTF Report … and More

See below for David Platt's recent comments regarding the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force and their final report.  Like, David, I personally support the GCRTF not for the sake of the SBC, but for the sake of the Gospel and the Great Commission.  This is an incredible time in the life of the American church... through… Continue reading Dr. David Platt, Pastor of The Church at Brook Hills: Why I Wholeheartedly Support the GCRTF Report … and More