The Relevance of Waiting on God in Silicon Valley – Ron Chin

A life of faith requires two different types of responses to God—waiting in faith and stepping out in faith. The entrepreneurial culture of Silicon Valley tends to encourage people to take action, to do things quickly, and to step out in faith. However, waiting on God is important and relevant in Silicon Valley—maybe even more […]

New Creation Inns: Leveraging Silicon Valley INNovations for explosive Kingdom Growth – Bill Breck & Mike Parkyn

Inns are a new kind of in-depth small group that harness the power and joy of the new creation in Christ. The inn we see in the parable of the Good Samaritan emphasizes supportive, transformative community—Jesus’s answer to the pre-eminent question, “What good thing must I do to have eternal life?” Through inspired community and […]

Sacred Space: The Entrepreneurial Church – Brandon Napoli

What would your community look like without churches? Without entrepreneurship? Between 4,000 and 7,000 churches close their doors every year. There has been 44 percent decline in new business startups, through all industries, between 1978 and 2012. These trends have led sacred places and entrepreneurs, two seemingly mutually exclusive pillars of society, to become symbiotic. […]