May 10, 2023.Reading time 8 minutes.
As the world continues to advance technologically, the gap between generations is shrinking rapidly. This has a significant impact on how the Church and organizations reach and connect with the younger generations. Generation Alpha, the generation born between 2010 and 2024, is growing up in a world that is vastly different from the one most […] Read More
February 21, 2023.Reading time 13 minutes.
“Do not leave here until you learn and experience the love of God so you can pour it out. The world needs this kind of love.” This is what the Rev. Zach Meerkreebs ended on as he wrapped up his message1 at Asbury University’s chapel, which became the biggest revival we’ve seen in Gen Z’s […] Read More
November 9, 2022.Reading time 6 minutes.
I was recently thinking about a UPS commercial where two consultants are telling a CEO everything they believe he should do to improve his company, such as building the supply chain and moving assembly overseas. When the CEO says to the consultants, “Great, do it!” the consultants are extremely confused and respond, “We don’t actually […] Read More
August 24, 2022.Reading time 7 minutes.
My dad never received formal education beyond the seventh grade. He is also a skilled speaker, evangelist, missionary, and leader who has traveled extensively preaching the Gospel, successfully established hundreds of churches around the world, and helped reach more than 1.8 billion young people with God’s Word through OneHope, the ministry he founded. He has […] Read More
July 20, 2022.Reading time 6 minutes.
Over the past few months, I’ve been increasingly asked to share about Web 3.0. Though my thoughts on this topic are still raw and not fully developed, I truly believe that the Church needs to be considering, praying, debating, analyzing, and really wrestling with this kairos moment that is now upon us and will soon […] Read More
May 18, 2022.Reading time 3 minutes.
With the great turnover companies, ministries, and churches are experiencing during the pandemic period, retention has really tested my resolve as a leader. When I meet with other CEOs, retention seems to currently be the greatest point of pain for them as well. Known as the Great Churn, turnover is at an all time high. […] Read More