"A lot of Christians welcome Jesus, but we're not real good at worshiping Jesus."
Brandon Howland is the Senior High Student Pastor at Fellowship Church in Roswell, GA. Brandon is passionate about youth not just knowing about Jesus, but truly worshiping Him through their lives. In this interview Brandon discusses his thoughts on youth ministry, youth leadership, mentoring, intentional moments, and much more.
"The point for me is not to get people into the building. The point for me is to get them into the Kingdom."
Troy Maxwell is the founder and lead pastor of Freedom House Church in Charlotte, NC. In this interview Troy discusses the opportunities for the Church, effective pastoral leadership, accountability, encouragement for pastors and much more.
"My biggest concern for the Church is that as we continue to focus on trends whether they be theological, cultural, or sociological...every energy we pour into that we are not pouring into the primary call, which is to trust Jesus and to love everybody that God puts in front of us."
Jamie Rasmussen is the lead pastor of Scottsdale Bible Church, a multisite church in Arizona. In this interview Jamie discusses the changing culture, the core of the Gospel, organic church, humility, the megachurch and much more.
"What if every Christ follower said, 'I'm the pastor of this block'"?
Rick Schmitz is the lead pastor and planter of Westwoods Community Church in Lakewood, CO. In this interview Rick discusses millennials, collaboration, politicalization of Christianity, evangelism and discipleship as well as getting men involved in your church.
We have interviewed pastors and leaders from all over the United States asking them pointed questions about the current status of the Church, effective methodologies for evangelism, outreach, spiritual growth, apologetics, and how the body of Christ can become more unified. In short, we are challenging the status quo. We believe that the world desperately needs the unconditional love of Jesus Christ, but the world will be hard-pressed to give Christianity even a chance if His Church isn't loving, isn't unified, and isn't living proof that God so loved the world that He gave His only Son. Our faith compels us to think deeper about how we can make a difference in the Future of the Church.