Written by Rebecca Busa | Rebecca shares her passion for restoring broken items and how it relates to her passion for restoring people through church planting.
Written by Jared Bellan | Jared, the CRN Church Planting Director, shares four principles which he found to be essential in planting a successful and healthy church.
Written by Brent Collins, Church Planter in Vermont | Is your church primarily working to maintain old wineskins? May I challenge you to invite Jesus in to disrupt and even recreate your church’s format completely?
Written by John Alarid | Some people may consider the misfortunes of the homeless, the poor and the addicted, as the consequences of their own choices. Others are far too noble and righteous to help a fellow human on the street holding a sign that says, “I’m hungry, please help.”
Written by David Smith | When we allow God to use us, knowing and understanding it’s not about us; that salvation isn’t a result of us, the pressure is lifted. It’s God's job to save. Our job is putting the love of Christ on full display and relying 100% on Him.
Written by Alex Soler | We can simply go with the flow of a suffering culture, or we can accept the empowerment from our boss, Jesus Christ, and influence others for Him.
Written by Fernando DeCarvalho | Somehow the gospel has become something only professional evangelists should proclaim, and the rest of the body does what they are “supposed” to do; as if “proclaiming” was a job for some instead of a privilege for all.
Written by Bill Carson | In the story of the Prodigal Son, there are two sons: the one who ran away and the one who stayed. Each had an inheritance from their father.
Written by Matt Smith | As I approached a moment of uncertainty, this feeling of fear had me backed into a corner once again. Fear has kept me from going after opportunities, taking important risks, and giving everything I had to follow my dreams.
Written by Tyler Patterson | When I was young, I attended a Presbyterian church with my family. Unfortunately, it became part of a routine and I was just going through the motions. There was no real emotional or life investment.