"I decided to give my life so that my generation will know Jesus."
What churches need is goodness.
Professional scooter rider, Cody Flom, uses his success to reach the next generation for Christ.
"The megachurch era of the ’80s, ’90s and early 2000s, founded on a desire for anonymity, is shifting because people are longing to be known and seen."
"We need to be intentional about building spaces for people outside the faith to feel like they belong with this community, even if they don’t yet believe."
"It dazzles me to think how God truly uses the unlikely to do the unimaginable."
Shann Ray's journey from professional basketball player to poet and professor of leadership and forgiveness studies
"In a beloved relationship, the one who has done harm must come to listen and be ready to ask for mercy and commit to change in order to restore the dignity of the other group or person."
Uzuhan is using his hip-hop platform to create content that inspires the next generation.
Through civility, service and innovation the church faces one of its greatest opportunities.