Acts 17:6


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“Have turned the world upside down. . . ” (Acts 17:6) You do not turn the world upside down with complexity. Jerusalem was turned upside down by “ordinary, unschooled men. . .” (Acts 4:13) You do not turn the world upside down with complexity. Paul, the seminary-trained missionary, kept it […]

Seduction of Complex Missions


I want to share another excerpt from my new book To the Edge. Here is one of my favorites. If you missed yesterday’s excerpt, be sure to check it out. A special thanks to those of you who have shared that you are presently reading through the book! Please send me […]

Ordinary Disciples, Extraordinary God


Complexity is not necessarily a bad thing, but it can be. In the West, disciple making, church planting, and pastoral ministry are complex matters. But they do not have to remain in this state. Whenever I speak to pastors, denominational leaders, academics, and agency leaders, they all share the desire […]

Diet of Complexity