Finding Community as a Young Adult
It can be tough to find community as a young adult. That's why Austin started a microchurch—and you helped make it possible.
This year I’ve been wondering what it would look like for the church to put a greater emphasis on Jesus’ resurrection. How could it encourage our gospel witness in the community? Here's a tool that could help.
Could Jesus be saying that entering the house of another is like entering the holy temple? That living in our neighborhood is sacred work in a sacred place?
If Jesus moved into your neighborhood today, what would he do there? The way we answer this question should shape our own living for the coming year.
Paul once wrote "serve one another in love." As we celebrate Christmas this year, here are a few ideas beyond exchanging gifts to share Christ's love with your neighbors.
If we remain merely impressed and astonished at God among us, then we are mere observers of the good news. How do we respond to the good news of Jesus?
Advent candles represent the gifts that Jesus brings. For every candle we light this year, let's add a missional practice to share that gift with our neighbors.
Every church seems to focus on the same metrics: budget, building, and butts in seats. But what if there were more encouraging metrics that could help keep your church focused on mission?
What would happen if we applied innovation to mission? Innovation is an important part of Resonate's work as we partner with churches to spread the gospel. So, how do we innovate in mission? Here are ten ways.
A community event from a local city councilor was a huge success. A community event from an outside Christian youth organization was not. What can we learn from this as we seek to join God on mission?
We’ve seen the Church to be a group of people seeking to join in what God is already doing in a specific area through prayer, gathering together, and attentiveness to the Holy Spirit. And that can take so many different forms.