The reconnect is necessary (calling the church to service) – Mike Brock

The church has put the carriage in front of the horse. It is a place where the hands and feet have been cut off and it has become a talking head. Where are the hands and feet? They can be found in the countless non profits, government, and faith based programs serving our cities. Why […]

Anime Evangelism: My Journey to an Unlikely Ministry – Gwen Leong

For many believers, evangelism is a dreaded aspect of being a Christian. I struggled with this for many years. When I gave my love for anime (Japanese animation) to God and invited Him into that part of my life, everything changed. Psalm 34:7 became a reality, and I learned an essential element about evangelism that […]

The #1 Way to Connect With Children and Why It’s Important – Aaron Gering

Every Kid in the world has at least one thing in common. No matter the culture, creed, age, or grade level, every child has a deep desire/need for fun. Some people do not see children for what they are. The ten-year-olds of today will be thirty years-old in twenty years. Children are the future. If […]

On Meaning: About the Foolish Confounding the Wise – Julia Choi

For anyone who has hiked to enjoy a gorgeous view, or savored a delicious meal, there is sense of beauty and goodness left on our memories and palates. We will explore this sense of wonder, which may at times seem to reach something beyond the merely physical or measurable, with topics including: a crown-shaped family […]

Discovering Your Purpose – Alex Sung

A life without purpose is a life without knowing who you truly are, what you were created to do, and how to make the most of the time you have. Without purpose, we become depressed, stressed, worried, and bored out of our minds. Come learn what both psychology and theology has to say about discovering […]

How We Can Change the Outlook of the Autism Community – Helen Koon

According to the CDC, in 2014 the prevalence of ASD in the United States was 1-in-68, up from 1-in-166 in 2004—the year my 6 year-old-son was diagnosed with ASD. Some ASD adults enter college, some go through vocational training (these often have long waiting lists), but many are not able to get a job or […]

Unity: a history of race and the American Church and one woman’s story of moving from the old paradigm towards the new – Nicole Dickens

“11 am Sunday mornings is the most segregated time in America” Martin Luther King, Jr., 1960   “11 am Sunday mornings is STILL the most segregated time in America” Condoleezza Rice, 2017   Unity is something God expects of His Church. It is bred out of holiness – another thing He expects of His Church. […]