Why Radical Change is Entirely Possible

Welcome to a new blog post. My first five posts may have painted a somewhat pessimistic view of the world, but I had to address some real heart issues before I could get into specifics of how we can make any real progress in changing the world. It’s a step that couldn’t be glossed over … Read more

The Crisis of Lukewarmness

This post is part 4 of a 5-part series, World in Crisis. Read part 1 here, part 2 here, and part 3 here. Post 4 of my series on major issues that are holding us back from breakthrough as a global Christian community examines the crisis of lukewarmness.  Merriam-Webster defines lukewarm as being tepid; lacking conviction; half-hearted. Being … Read more

The Problem with Logistics

This post is part 3 of a 5-part series, World in Crisis. Read part 1 here and Part 2 here. One aspect of mission work that is extremely overlooked is logistics. Larger organizations handle it internally, and a few agencies are committed to some logistics services dedicated to Kingdom work. One of the better known of these is … Read more

The Problem with Hope

The Problem of Hope

This post is part 1 of a 5-part series, World in Crisis.  Hope is a very underrated strategic factor when we talk about change. We often see hope as something we give away. It is more of the end result rather than part of the process. But without hope at the beginning, we don’t even … Read more

The Big Idea: Where it all begins

Where It all begins - world map

The place where we aim to spark a movement of hope and compassion within the Christian community…a movement that is entirely possible, and involves you at the very core.  

A Place For Everyone

This is a movement with a place for everyone. A place where all who have experienced the grace of God, or desire to, can band together in every village and nation in the world to bring hope to those who need hope, and to change what seems impossible to change.