"We live our lives with obedience to Jesus Christ never thinking about what 100 years from now people may be saying about us. But the fact is, it is important the way we live our lives."
Byron Klaus, D.Min., is the president of the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, MO. In this interview Dr. Klaus speaks about equipping the next church leader, wisdom, brokenness, comparison, awareness, and much more.
"It [the Billy Graham crusade] was a revival on tour, and it was the culmination of more than a century of revivalism. What happened was every church wanted to be a stationary Billy Graham crusade."
Gregory Thornbury is the president of The King's College in Manhattan, NY. In this interview Gregory talks about religious liberty, authenticity, Christian higher education, competition, theology, and much more.
"We have fallen into a trap in this country where we gather on Sunday mornings and we spend a couple of hours together and that has become Church...but what we're ignoring is that we have the potential be creative restorers in the world."
Brian Mueller is the president of Grand Canyon University, a Christian university based in Phoenix, AZ. In this interview Brian discusses the Church's momentum, Christianity and the workplace, the role of the Christian, the new model of higher education, megachurches, vision casting, and much more.
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.