My Bad Church Experience: Boring Church

For a lot of people, their experiences going to church aren’t objectionable. They are dull. Church is all about a safe and predictable routine. Nothing that is said or done appears to have any connection to their daily lives. It’s about religion.

That kind of church makes it seem like God is safe, predictable, and has no connection to our daily lives. That’s dangerous because God is a relationship to be enjoyed, not a religion to be endured. October 21, 2018

My Bad Church Experience: The Mess Under the Carpet

Our pasts tend to follow us around. That’s why a lot of people avoid church. They feel judged, alienated, or slighted because of some mess in their pasts. Some people even feel like their pasts disqualify them from having a relationship with God. That’s ironic because the man who wrote most of the New Testament had quite a messy past. He was the most unlikely candidate for following Jesus, yet he became one of Jesus’ most famous followers. If there’s hope for him, there’s hope for all of us. October 14, 2018

Helping The Next Gen Win: Generation iY

This generation is the first that doesn’t need adults for information. But they do need adults for interpretation. What can we do to help the next generation to see the world in a way that sets them up for success? Join Clay Scroggins and Tim Elmore as they have a conversation about how we can help the next gen win. September 30, 2018

Helping The Next Gen Win: A Standard for Living

The Greatest Generation. Baby Boomers. Generation X. Millennials. Generation Z. Each generation is distinct from those that came before and those that come after. They have different priorities and different experiences. They see the world differently. It’s easy for the generations to live in conflict and competition. But what is our responsibility to the generations that come after us? September 23, 2018