A look at the #metoo movement and how Jesus might respond.
One student leader shares past lies and mistakes made early on in leadership.
Pastor Luis shares about the realities of church planting and 3 things every potential planter needs to know before moving.
During this season, it is easy to give lip service to thankfulness but completely miss out on the internal realities it is supposed to bring. What does it mean to be truly thankful?
Many upperclassmen are sitting on the sidelines of leadership when they should be in the game. Read here for one student’s insight on the sophomore slump and how to fight through.
How should a follower of Christ see through the smokescreen of lies and deception and make decisions on how to vote? Once we call him Lord we exchange death for His kingdom. Like those we vote for, we ourselves are representatives, and our representation is of a greater kingdom. So when you vote, just breathe, and cast your ballot praying for our temporal leaders while knowing your allegiance is to our eternal leader King Jesus Himself.
How do you live on mission in the workplace after graduation? Read one former student’s journey as he wrestles with that question.
Have you ever prayed for something that didn’t happen right away? Pastor Josh Martin shares his story of waiting on the Lord and why God sometimes makes us wait.
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Last week we gave you the why. This week we break down how we all can and need to get into the lives of the freshmen on our campuses.
It doesn’t have to be only awkward first dates and ghosting. There is a better way to date in college.
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(Read time: 4 mins) Do you want to church-plant but are worried what your family will think? Have you followed Jesus on mission at the cost of living near your parents or grandparents? Read one mom’s view on why living on mission is actually the best thing for your family.
Have you been wanting to make friends in your classes but have no idea where to start? What if God has orchestrated your entire year, including where you sit in class? Read what the Bible and one former WSU student has to say about why the Powerball lottery and your class schedule have nothing to do with luck.
How does God want us to view our time, talents, and money in light of the urgency of the mission? Check out this week's blog to read more and learn about an obscure parable of Jesus that might surprise you.
Are Self-Care and Sabbath rest the same thing? We are a culture living for the weekends, but what if the way we’ve been taught to rest is actually depleting rather than refreshing us? Read about how to find true rest in the age of self-care.
Can a more structured life actually lead to more freedom?
Evan and I have just moved our lives to Boise, and in many ways our daily battle of choosing obedience and joy has just begun. I pray that God multiplies our life and reminds us of the why daily. As we tell people we meet why we moved, may God get the glory due his name. This is why we obey. This is why we move. This is why we church plant.
“Then Peter came up and said to him, ‘Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?’ Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy-seven times.”
In an earlier blog titled BEING A DISCIPLE MEANS BEING DISCIPLINED we discussed what the Bible has to say about discipline. It is clear that as followers of Jesus we should be a people marked by discipline. The question now is, what’s next? What steps should I take to become more disciplined? The goal of this post is to give you some practical, actionable steps to take in your journey to becoming more disciplined.
Jesus sits as King and Lord over all the earth. His humility and submission to the Father has granted us access to God and because of Jesus, we are called sons and daughters. When we understand who we are as citizens of the Kingdom, we celebrate what God has done in Jesus and we become like Jesus in humility.
Strive to be more disciplined, by the power of the Holy Spirit, so that you can have maximum impact for the Kingdom and bring glory to the God that loved you so much he sent Jesus to die in your place.