Few churches understand how to reach millennials for Christ. Over recent months I’ve been collecting and tweeting (@warrenbird) various research, trends and ideas on that topic. Here are some of my better tweets on this important group: Where are the millennial leaders in YOUR church? tips on how to find them by @tonymorganlive Millennials now...
Author: Warren Bird
Paul encourages young pastor Timothy to pray always for those in authority so that the Gospel may be propigated throughout the world. God wants to seek and save the lost.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:1-7
Topic: Knowing God's Will
Christ not only wants to save our souls for eternity, but He longs to redeem our lives here on earth by giving us a purpose in living. We can bring in His Kingdom by sharing the Gospel with the world and creating communities ofr justice, compassion, forgiveness and wholeness.
Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8
If you are a Muslim, or have a muslim friend or relative, this post is for you. "The Father's Love: Islam's Missing Names of God." What do parents and God have in common? Could it be that parents can do something that the Quran teaches God cannot do? Did you read the news some years ago about the parents of American Taliban, John Walker? Did you ever see the TV interview...
Author: Tom Terry
One of the key ways to reach an unchurched audience is through special events. Warren Bird writes: "For church leaders who are trying to crack the code on more effectively reaching younger generations and those not connected to church, my friend Dr. Scott Thumma has published a report with great insights about the impact of special events on these groups. Scott worked...
Author: Warren Bird
Dear Roger, Why are there so many false religions, and how do I know which ones are real? I hear a lot of singers, movies and writers talking about ancient gods or mythology stories. For example, Rain Man is the nickname for Amun-Re , or Re, who was Horus Re , or Horus the Egyptian Sun God. I saw that Amun means “let it be”. And “contentment” or “forgiven...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Topic: Person of Satan, Spiritual Warfare, Salvation, Church and Culture, Evangelism, World Religions
Daring Greatly is a series about stepping out of our comfort zones to believe God to change our faith, our relationships, our peace and our church. Preached by Casas Teaching Team.
At our church, Redeemer we often speak of serving, strengthening, and “renewing” New York City. When we talk like this, we must be careful not to deny “common grace.” We believe God gives all people — not just Christian believers — talent and insight to preserve and cultivate human life. But what if the Body of Christ in center city New York were, for example, to triple over...
Author: Tim Keller
Nobody gets married planning to have an affair. I’ve never done a wedding where the bride or groom is checking out other guys or girls at the wedding, trying to hook up with someone new. I’m sure that happens, but 99.99% of people getting married never intend to have an affair. Their eyes start out on their spouse. Yet, over half those people will end up having an affair,...
Author: Jeff Jones
Topic: Preaching & Teaching, Family
The secret to self-control is to make decisions against your ego, flesh and second bests in life. Establish goals. An absence of goals is an absence of faith. Establish boundaries and routines. Self-control, a fruit of the Holy Spirit, keeps our hearts pure. Preached at National Community Church. Used by permission.
Speaker: Mark Batterson
Scripture: Proverbs 16:32-32, Mark 1:35-35, 1 Corinthians 9:24-28, 1 Corinthians 10:23-26