Prayer and Leadership

Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas last week, and then set its sights on Florida and the OneHope office. The region of the Sunshine State I live in weathered moderate winds and rain, but Dorian caused considerable damage in other places along the East Coast. In the few days leading up to the impending storm, I […]

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City: The world’s most challenging mission field

city mission feild

Your world is becoming increasingly urban. The increasing trend toward urbanization is both a national and a global phenomenon. According to the Population Reference Bureau, in 1900 only 14% of the world’s population lived in urban areas. By 1950, this number grew to 30%. In 2011, we reached the tipping point when the world became […]

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The Book for All Generations

the book for all generations

My friends, Michael and Lauren McAfee, are inviting people to engage with God’s Word through their new book, Not What You Think. Like my daughters, the McAfees are part of the Millennial cohort, growing up during the dramatic rise of technology. Michael and Lauren are emerging Millennial voices, challenging their peers to set aside preconceived […]

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Higher education and its role in higher calling

The underhandedness has been going on for ages. However, the world sat up and took notice when the Justice Department released details of the largest college admissions scandal ever prosecuted in U.S. history. More than 30 wealthy parents have been accused of using bribery and fraud to gain admission for their children to elite, big-name […]

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The Church Needs to be a Conduit for Healing in the Wake of Tragedy

healing in the wake of tragedy

My heart aches for the family and friends of the two Parkland shooting survivors who took their own lives the last week. It’s déjà vu mirroring the pattern of suicides in the wake of the Columbine high school massacre in ‘99. Broward County agencies and parents held an emergency meeting to talk about how to […]

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Why churches and ministries need to invest in innovation

Why churches and ministries need to invest in innovation

Phil Cooke is one of the most fearless pioneers of innovating mainstream ministry that I know. It’s a huge honor to have him highlight the innovation arm of OneHope featured on his blog.: One of the ideas that helps the most successful and fast-growing churches, ministries, and nonprofits is having a virtual research and development […]

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