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Brad Brisco: Misunderstanding church, God, and mission

In this episode, we’re talking with Brad Brisco about a couple of the biggest barriers that keep Western Christians and churches from effectively sharing the good news of God’s kingdom.

Brad, who is a longtime church-planting catalyst, breaks down our misunderstandings of what the Church is — and even of who God is — and explains how we can begin to equip and activate all the people of God to engage in God’s mission right where he has sent us to live, work, and play.

You can listen to Brad’s challenging exposition by clicking here.

Rescuing abandoned, abused & sex-trafficked infants

In the new episode of the God’s Revolution podcast, we’re talking with Sarah Koeppen and Emily Virkler, who lead a marvelous ministry called The Hope Box that is tackling head-on the desperate need of infants who have been abandoned, abused, and neglected — including the increasingly horrific problem of sex trafficking babies. Sarah and Emily have a wonderful story to share about the way God is working among his people to wrap their arms around these precious children and help them grow up to become happy, healthy, productive citizens of his kingdom.

Learn more about The Hope Box by clicking here.

Antoine Williams: R. Kelly, sexual assault, and #truejustice

Our God’s Revolution podcast episode on the R. Kelly rape allegations is live. Antoine Williams of Blueprint Church in Atlanta offers some fascinating insights about why the power and status of some members of the black community protect known abusers and prevent victims from obtaining justice. He also discusses how God’s people can take steps to break the cycle of abuse and start multiplying #truejustice in their communities. Find the new episode by clicking here.

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