Come&Live! - Items filtered by date: January 2017
We can often be drawn to “safer” messages like social justice or positivity, but they’re not the true Gospel. In this episode of “Why Am I Silent?”, we discuss this struggle and how the Gospel, while seemingly foolish, is really the most important and powerful message we can share.
This is the first video of a series based on David Pierce's book "Revolutionary. 10 Principles That Will Empower Christian Artists to Change the World."
In this episode of the series “Why Am I Silent?”, we discuss how we often hold back from sharing the Gospel because, deep down, we don’t really believe its core truth.
Live Provoke & Inspire podcast with Brian "Head" Welch from Korn
Jesus grew up in a storytelling culture. The Greeks told fables, and the Jewish rabbis spoke in “mashal,” a very common oral and literary art form used when teaching the Torah. Storytelling was possibly the most well-known and appreciated art form of that time, and it is still very present in Middle Eastern culture and tradition today.
Steiger's story begins in 1983 in Amsterdam at the height of the European punk rock movement. There David and Jodi Pierce started a Bible study on a barge (called Steiger 14) behind the Central Train Station reaching the punks and the anarchists.
The Suitcase Sideshow is a traveling theater that brings the hope of the Gospel to the far corners of the earth through the use of marionettes, music, and shadow puppetry.
Many Christians treat Jesus like a subject - something to study and apply to their lives. Often the motivation is that by applying “Jesus principals”, they will have a better life. I had this view growing up. I was always wondering what “Jesus facts” I needed to learn to make my life better and to avoid hell.
In this podcast, we interview hip-hop and spoken word artist Propaganda, who shares about his ministry, the particular challenges he faces and how God has been using him.