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.







Website Redesign: 2 New Features by Beau Crosetto - 07-23-2014
As you can see our site has been redesigned! Eric Holmer did it for us and I'm really happy about it! Two New Features 1) Forum: we now have a forum where you can ask questions about planting, sharing your faith, working for justice, healing, etc...
Do Prophets Exist Today? by Alexia Salvatierra - 07-21-2014
By Alexia Salvatierra When I was speaking at an Intervarsity event this week, one of the student leaders expressed some doubt that prophets after the coming of Christ are called to include a social justice element in their message. That is not an ...
Quick Announcement and a Favor by Beau Crosetto - 07-16-2014
Book Launch in 65 Days! I am really close to wrapping up my long-awaited book "Beyond Awkward". I will be releasing it September 19th! But before I do, I have to ask you a couple of questions. Can you help me out? I would love to know what you a...
Think Like A Freak: World Cup & Penalty Kicks by Beau Crosetto - 07-07-2014
Since we're in the final four of World Cup I thought I'd share a story. Did you know that on penalty kicks the shooter has a 7% greater chance of making a goal if they shoot right up the middle than anywhere else? The goalie will jump left 51% ...
Don't Let Your Weakness Fray Your Leadership by Beau Crosetto - 07-01-2014
“People are going to judge you by your weakest areas, not your strongest.” I was having a great conversation with my father in law and brother in law yesterday and this is one golden nugget was shared with me by my father in law. He just retired...

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