What does it mean to be Prophetic?

Prophets love God with everything they’ve got and call others to do the same. They align their lives around God’s priorities and call the church out of idolatry and toward faithfulness in worship and mission. They challenge us to care about those on the margins of our society, and to purity in our pursuit of God’s presence.







Video: Encouraging The APE by Beau Crosetto - 09-08-2014
Brian Sanders of the Tampa Underground kindly made us a video to encourage those of us that are embracing the APE callings. He tells a very interesting story that really grabs your attention at first and makes you say, "Where is this going?" H...
A Different Call to Action by guest - 09-01-2014
This is a guest post by Chioma Chukwu-Smith, a friend of ours who is passionate about issues of justice. She moved to St. Louis, MO from New York to work for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA in 2008. She was part of InterVarsity's National Chapt...
What If God Heals Your Friend? by Beau Crosetto - 08-27-2014
I wanted to share this incredible story of healing that I heard this week.  A major way that we explain the prophetic is in the ability to hear God and follow His voice into action and obedience. Prophetic energy pushes us to hear God and follo...
Two Groups of People in Ferguson by Beau Crosetto - 08-25-2014
In light of Michael Brown's funeral today, here is a post on Jonathan Walton's blog that I thought was great. I encourage you to read it and an excerpt is below: I heard about Michael Brown on Facebook. I went to and began to read. The...
Win 13 Free Books - Help Us Share by Beau Crosetto - 08-24-2014
We are really excited about the response we have seen and heard about since releasing our FREE Ebook last Thursday. If you didn't get it yet, download it here. But we really want help from our APE tribe to help us spread the word and get this book...

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