The story of Jesus' anonymous 72 disciples proves we don't have to be famous to be an evangelist. Here's what we do need.
The key to effective evangelism is not trying to change the world, but being faithful to make it a part of our day to day lives.
Pete Scazzero discusses Emotionally Healthy Discipleship and the danger of separating love of God and people.
Embracing discipleship as Jesus intended it creates revolutionary change in all your relationships and all aspects of ministry.
What is love? It’s not a sentiment. In the Bible, it’s “he loved us by giving himself up for us."
"Wherever God’s presence is, we come into relationship one to another in a space where God wants to do something new."
“You have to construct a philosophy of ministry where you show people that diversity and reconciliation aren’t fringe issues, but that they’re tethered to the gospel.”
“Our sanctuaries reflect our dinner tables. So if you want a diverse sanctuary, then you have to have hundreds of diverse dinner tables.”
"It was as if I had my own little solar system and God was the missing planet."
"Everything we need for a clear vision of our big God has been given to us in the Bible."