While I no longer use Instagram, many of you do. Hence, this article. This is a guest post by Amy Tori on six Instagram tips for Christians. — With social media becoming more and more utilized in today’s society, it is becoming increasingly easier for different types of people to share their content and view that of others. With this increased connectivity, stumbling across malicious or harmful content has become startingly simple. However, we as Christians can do something to… Read more

It’s hard being out front. Mainly because when you create something new, it’s unfamiliar to the masses. While mastermind groups are incredibly popular (and very dear) to the world of high-level entrepreneurs — pastors, teachers, missionaries, seminary professors, life-coaches, and others in ministry don’t know much about them. So their first response is to shrug their shoulders when hearing about a “mastermind” event. They immediately equate it with a pastor’s network gathering, a leadership seminar, a “support” group, or just… Read more

One of my missions, goals, and purposes is to transform the well-worn, familiar stories of the Bible from one dimensional, black & white, mono audio into 3D, High Definition, Technicolor with surround sound! That’s precisely what I’ve sought to do again in my newest offering, The Day I Met Jesus: The Revealing Diaries of Five Women from the Gospels, with Mary DeMuth. Dr. Michael Brown recently interviewed Mary and me on his show. In it, we give examples of what… Read more

In 2010, Leonard and I released Jesus Manifesto. Then in 2012, we published Jesus: Theography, which we call “the big Jesus book” (it’s over a 400+ paged hardcover). Then in 2016, we published Jesus Speaks, which is a unique and comprehensive look at how to recognize the Lord’s voice. Here are the books in the Jesus Trilogy – the Theography is deeply discounted right now Jesus Manifesto (Thomas Nelson, 2010) Jesus: A Theography (Thomas Nelson, 2012) – only $1.99 on Kindle right… Read more

Back story to the song and video. In 2012, I delivered a message to a Christian community entitled Living in the Divine Parenthesis. The night before I brought the message, I wrote a song as a companion to the talk which I entitled, “He Has Anointed Us.” The lyrics are based on Luke 4:16-20 and Ephesians 1:18 through 2:18. I wrote the song to the tune of Wavin’ Flag by K’naan — a song that Leonard Sweet turned me onto when I visited him in his… Read more

Check out my new series on the kingdom of God. Today we stand on the edge of a new frontier—one of exploration, not fortification. One of discovery, not contentment. In this new frontier, we will navigate the unchartered waters of Jesus Christ, our all-sufficient Lord. There is so much more of Christ to sail than we could ever imagine. But if the truth be told, we have been handed a shrink-wrapped Jesus. Christ has become our once-a-week Mascot. We rally… Read more

“Then the two from Emmaus told their story of how Jesus had appeared to them as they were walking along the road, and how they had recognized him as he was breaking the bread.” ~ Luke 24:35, NLT In Luke 24 the author tells an incredible story about the risen Christ. It goes something like this. It’s a Sunday evening in AD 30. Earlier that morning the greatest historical event known to humankind occurred: Jesus of Nazareth rose from the… Read more

If you follow mainstream Christianity, you undoubtedly have heard about the Internet conference called the Nines. Leadership Network kindly invited me to speak at the Nines in 2012, but the invitation came at a bad time. I was overwhelmed with a pending writing deadline and I was traveling and speaking at other events. So I wasn’t able to accept the invitation. I heard that Sweet also declined it the same year. After that, I’ve never heard about the NINES. I… Read more

Hi Fun Seekers, Today, we published the 87th episode of the Christ is ALL podcast. The episode was inspired by the many questions I received about the subject of “hyper-grace” from our 2013 reader survey. Beyond my discussion of the hyper-grace controversy, this episode also contains: 1. A personal letter I wrote to a well-known “grace” teacher. This is the first time I’ve disclosed it. I read the letter on the podcast (without mentioning the teacher by name). 2. I… Read more

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