Many people today believe in a cultural Jesus instead of the biblical Jesus. Yet, most Christians are not aware of how Christianity is described by those outside of the faith. Six leading Christian scholars challenge us to think theologically and historically on each of these issues.
In an increasingly post-Christian society, today’s church has gradually recognized its greatest mission field is its own neighborhood. This drive toward local missions has captured the attention of many churches and the hearts of believers searching to impact their world for Christ. In this material, Alan Hirsch, an insightful leader within this movement, addresses current issues and leads a practical discussion on systems thinking and recalibration for organizations seeking to bring others into a life of outreach and community engagement.