We don't always think of social justice and economic transformation when we think of the gospel. But Mark DeYmaz argues that to ignore or refuse to engage in these things would, in fact, be undermining the gospel.
Chad Robichaux has held a lot of titles: Special Operations Marine, police officer, Mixed Martial Arts World Champion, to name a few. But his most important titles have been PTSD survivor, husband, and father. After coming to Christ, Chad and his wife, Kathy, founded Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs, which ministers to active and former military personnel battle divorce, suicide, and PTSD.
Pastor Derwin Gray, also known as the Evangelical Linebacker, talks about creating multiethnic, multicultural churches that can tutor the culture on how to love people across barriers.
Have we missed the manhood Jesus exemplified in his personhood? Mark Batterson offers the insights he's learned about manhood by leading other men, raising a family, and studying Jesus's life.
Carolyn Custis James discusses the lenses we bring to Scripture which make it difficult to understand essential things like God's intention for gender and relationships. Carolyn's work equips men and women to join forces against a common enemy instead of struggling with one another.