Amplify 2017: Reimagining Evangelism in Our Mission Ed Stetzer
Amplify 2017: Reimagining Evangelism in Our Mission
Amplify 2017: Reimagining Evangelism in Our Mission
Ed Stetzer
1. Staying Firm to the Call to Be ... 21 MINS
2. A Commitment to Diversity as ... 17 MINS
3. Implications for Being God's ... 15 MINS
4. A Commitment to Evangelism In ... 20 MINS
5. Personal Discipleship: Why ... 30 MINS
6. A Commitment to Personal ... 17 MINS
7. Why Our World Is In Need of ... 27 MINS
8. How Research Can Aid Our ... 11 MINS
9. 2017 Research of Smaller ... 10 MINS
10. How to Create a Church Culture ... 33 MINS
11. Our Collective Calling of ... 26 MINS
12. The Critical Component of ... 17 MINS
13. A Commitment to the Emerging ... 17 MINS
14. Defining the God We Wish to ... 29 MINS
15. A Biblical Look at What Healthy ... 15 MINS
16. What Happens When We Disconnect ... 31 MINS
17. How to Integrate Evangelism & ... 31 MINS
18. What Is Our Mission Anyway? 28 MINS
19. A Biblical Look at Who This God ... 15 MINS
If we are honest, if we look at the fruit of many churches and Christ-followers today, we might say that too many hold evangelism to be a low priority in their daily lives. Perhaps they haven’t had much training, perhaps they are overcome by fear. Regardless of the reason we don’t show and share the love of Jesus with others, we must admit that the Church in North America is at a critical crossroads of witness.
Ed Stetzer

In this increasingly divisive cultural moment, the call that we are better together has never been greater. To reach every tongue, tribe, and nation, it will take every tongue, tribe, and nation. The church must find its place in championing and modeling unity, and it starts with these healthy conversations.

1. Ed Stetzer on Pursuing Unity 11 MINS
2. Lecrae Moore on Navigating ... 6 MINS
3. Cynt Marshall on Systemic Bias ... 12 MINS
4. George Yancey on Systemic Bias ... 12 MINS
5. Albert Tate on Whiteness Has ... 9 MINS
6. Derwin Gray on Whiteness Has ... 10 MINS
7. Bryan Loritts on Whiteness Has ... 12 MINS
8. Léonce Crump on Expanding My ... 13 MINS
9. D.A. Horton on How Big is My ... 11 MINS
10. Danielle Strickland on How Big ... 12 MINS
11. George Yancey on We Are the ... 11 MINS
12. Hosanna Wong on We Are the ... 12 MINS
13. Efrem Smith on Pursuing Unity 10 MINS
14. Mike Kelsey on Why “Just Preach ... 9 MINS
15. Miles McPherson on Systemic ... 13 MINS
Independientemente de la etnia, el género, el país de origen, la crianza o la condición socioeconómica, todos tenemos un rasgo en común: estamos hechos a imagen de Dios. A pesar de nuestras diferencias, vivimos en la historia de la obra redentora de Dios, que derriba las barreras que nos dividen. Seguir a Cristo significa convertirse en un miembro de su familia en la que pasaremos la eternidad. 

Hasta entonces, un mundo incrédulo está observando. ¿Pero qué es lo que ve? Mientras trabajamos para reconciliar nuestras diferencias, redirijamos nuestra mirada a donde pertenece: a nuestro Salvador, Jesucristo. Cuando lo hagamos, nos convertiremos en las personas para las que Dios nos diseñó.

La Conferencia RightNow es para pastores y líderes ministeriales que buscan una renovación y una oportunidad de crecer en su fe. Experimente nuestra línea principal de oradores que lo desafiarán a crecer en su relación con Dios, a liderar bien su equipo y a alcanzar al mundo. Para obtener más información sobre los oradores o las sesiones, descargue el programa completo de la conferencia a continuación.
1. Reiniciar 42 MINS
2. No desperdicies tu vida 37 MINS
3. Un amor 38 MINS
4. Completamente vivos en Cristo 52 MINS
5. ¿Cuál es tu primer dominó? 42 MINS
6. Líderes de la iglesia y ... 37 MINS
7. Plenaria en el escenario ... 1 HR 1 MIN
8. Plenaria en el escenario ... 55 MINS
9. Bernabé: un líder influyente 30 MINS
10. La fe sobre el miedo 38 MINS
11. Creación de equipos extremos 37 MINS
12. Los cristianos en la era de la ... 36 MINS
13. Integrados, pero aun así ... 37 MINS
14. Alentar a los rivales 29 MINS
Studies have shown that up to 81% of women and 43% of men have experienced some form of sexual harassment—either verbal or physical—at some point in their lifetime. Reflections: A GC2 Summit on Responding to Sexual Harassment, Abuse, and Violence was a one-day event which challenged and inspired pastors, leaders, and lay Christians to address the very real tragedy in our churches and to begin the healing process of being who God designed all of us to be. We brought together Christian leaders today to address what the Bible says about this tragedy, the destruction of silence, how to protect those who are vulnerable and victimized, the role of accountability in leadership, and much more.

The Summit was sponsored by the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College in partnership with the Wheaton College School of Psychology, Counseling, & Family Therapy.
1. Bible Exposition 24 MINS
2. Unashamed: Why Your Story ... 28 MINS
3. Dear Church Leaders, Here's How ... 25 MINS
4. Dealing with Trauma - A ... 22 MINS
5. Bully in the Workplace: The ... 15 MINS
6. Finding Enchantment in the ... 21 MINS
7. Ashes to Beauty: When Jesus ... 15 MINS
8. Mobilizing a Movement: Why We ... 12 MINS
9. Protecting Our Children 21 MINS
10. A Generation to Change the ... 21 MINS
11. Seeking Accountability, ... 21 MINS
12. The Journey to Healing 20 MINS
13. A First Step Towards Healing 25 MINS
Regardless of ethnicity, gender, country of origin, upbringing, or socio-economic status we all have one feature in common—we are made in the image of God. Despite our differences, we are living in the story of God’s redemptive work, which tears down the barriers that divide us. Following Christ means becoming a member of his household, one in which we will spend eternity.

Until then, an unbelieving world is watching. But what does it see? As we work to reconcile our differences, let us redirect our gaze where it belongs—on our Savior, Jesus Christ. When we do, we will truly grow into the people God designed us to become.

The RightNow Conference is for pastors and ministry leaders looking for refreshment and a chance to grow in their faith. Experience our main lineup of speakers who will challenge you to grow in your relationship with God, to lead your team well, and to reach the world. For more information on the speakers or sessions, download the full conference program below.

If you'd like more information or want to experience our conference in person, the website here.
1. Reset 42 MINS
2. Don't Waste Your Life 37 MINS
3. One Love 38 MINS
4. Fully Alive in Christ 52 MINS
5. What's Your First Domino? 42 MINS
6. Church Leaders and Golden ... 37 MINS
7. Main Stage Breakout – A Life ... 1 HR 1 MIN
8. Main Stage Breakout – The ... 55 MINS
9. Barnabas: An Influential Leader 30 MINS
10. Faith Over Fear 38 MINS
11. Extreme Team Building 37 MINS
12. Christians in the Age of ... 36 MINS
13. Integrated, Yet Still ... 37 MINS
14. Rooting for Rivals 29 MINS
Look around you. Look around the world. So many needs, so many wounds and pains and divisions. So.much.brokenness. God made flesh, God dwelt among us. That’s what our world needs. An unsaturated, uncomplicated reconciling gospel that proclaims one thing: the healing work of the cross that has crossed two thousand years to get to us. 

For some, sharing the gospel is a dim memory. For others, it’s an archaic command. For others, it’s the call of a few. For too many, it’s hard, filled with fear, uncertainty, and a lack of feeling prepared. What all of these views lack is the rock-solid truth that God has called all of us, God will equip us, and God will do the work. When we take our eyes off ourselves, God is lifted high for all to see. 

Amplify 2018 will allow us to strip out the complexities of gospel witness and reveal the simplicity of the gospel that overcomes all barriers. Christ crucified. Christ lifted high. Our world made new. What does the simple, stripped gospel message look like to you? And how are you showing & sharing it with a world in desperate need of it?
1. How the Gospel Fills the Void ... 31 MINS
2. Picking Up the Torch from Rev. ... 16 MINS
3. Evangelism and the Mission of ... 15 MINS
4. How Creativity Opens Doors to ... 18 MINS
5. How the Christianity We ... 32 MINS
6. From Independent to ... 13 MINS
7. When the World Tells Us ... 31 MINS
8. Embracing a Theology for the ... 34 MINS
9. Severing the Bifurcation of ... 25 MINS
10. A Gospel Witness That Restores ... 30 MINS
11. Bringing the Simple Gospel to a ... 21 MINS
12. In the Broken Spaces: The ... 15 MINS
13. What is the Simple Gospel the ... 17 MINS
14. Putting on the Character of ... 29 MINS
15. A Gospel that Thrives in Small ... 21 MINS
16. This Invitation Life: Our Very ... 32 MINS
Never have church leaders had so many good things to keep them busy. And never has the priority of gospel witness-both at the leadership and lay levels-been so needed. What would it look like to see a growing movement of churches filled with people who have weaved evangelism into every part of their lives?
1. Dream Great Dreams 32 MINS
2. Ancient Antioch: A Faith ... 17 MINS
3. The Crime of the Century 32 MINS
4. Stronger Salt, Brighter Light 32 MINS
5. Unleashing The Full Outreach ... 27 MINS
6. What the Unchurched Can Tell Us ... 6 MINS
7. Restorative Witness: A Renewed ... 22 MINS
8. The Wonder of Words 16 MINS
9. Reaching the Unchurched 18 MINS
10. Spiritual Questions of the Day 17 MINS
11. Finding the Keys to Culture and ... 31 MINS
12. Prayer-less, Spirit-less; ... 22 MINS
13. Beyond Our Walls 25 MINS
14. Becoming an Engaging Church 21 MINS
Mass incarceration is a human rights and justice issue impacting over 2.3 million adults and youth, along with their families and victims. The U.S. is known as the land of the free, yet more people are locked up than any other country in the world. Representing less than 5% of the world’s population, we now hold almost 25% of the world’s total prison population. While mass incarceration impacts individuals and communities, the impact is felt more deeply by those who are people of color and the poor.

Mass incarceration is an issue which has been largely ignored by the Church. Now is the time for the Church to speak up about the injustices and respond with justice, mercy, and compassion.

The GC2 Summit on Mass Incarceration was a one-day event where top leaders in the field, representing different disciplines, who tackled difficult issues of mass incarceration. This series of videos will equip you to speak up for justice and act in ways that honor our Lord Jesus as well as each individual as made in the image of God.
1. The Gospel and Mass ... 33 MINS
2. A New Mindset on Mass ... 18 MINS
3. Story of a Formerly ... 13 MINS
4. Reintegration and Collateral ... 17 MINS
5. The Role of the Church in Mass ... 17 MINS
6. Pastors, Research, and the ... 11 MINS
7. Church Engagement in Mass ... 13 MINS
8. What Is Mass Incarceration? 25 MINS
9. Politics & Mass Incarceration 19 MINS
10. Is Ministry Among the ... 15 MINS
11. A Special Note on Mass ... 12 MINS
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