A four-part virtual series beginning on September 6, featuring speakers such as Collin Hansen and Peter Leithart.
Church attendance has been steadily decreasing for years; the disruptions of the past two years have only aggravated that problem. It’s clear that many people no longer view the Body of Christ as essential.
As followers of Christ, we know this could not be any further from the truth. The Church is God’s idea, and it’s also one of the primary vehicles for us to join God’s work on earth. Now is the time to not only understand what makes the Church so important, but to know how to communicate that truth with those around you.
We want to help equip you for the task.
Our desire is to equip you to share the critical role and importance of the Church with each person around you in a culture that has dismissed and misunderstood the role of the Church for far too long. With both our words and our actions, we can show how the Church has been a radical force for good in some of the darkest times. This month, as a thank-you for your gift of any amount, you’ll gain access to an exclusive upcoming Colson Center short course, The Essential Church: Why the World (and Christians) Still Need the Body of Christ.
This course will deepen your understanding of what the Church is, what the Church is for, and why God places His redeemed people within the Church.
Your gift helps us to continue producing resources such as this, all designed to equip the Body of Christ to live with boldness and truth in this cultural moment. Make your gift of any amount today!
**Important note: The Essential Church: Why the World (and Christians) Still Need the Body of Christ is a short course that will take place in September. Upon receipt of your gift, we’ll add you to the attendee list and will send you all the necessary information (dates, times, speakers, etc.) within 1-2 weeks.
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“We have to stop viewing church leaders as people who minister to us. God clearly explained their role. It was not to coddle you but to equip you. Think personal trainer, not massage therapist.”
Pastor & Author
“We do not want a church that will move with the world; we want a church that will move the world.”
Author & Philosopher
“I think that churches would be places of greater intimacy and growth in Christ if people stopped lying about what we need, what we fear, where we fail, and how we sin.”