Hear engaging conversations with leaders from across the Jesus-centred movement, as we equip one another for Jesus-centred life and leadership, and give shape to this new relational network called Jesus Collective.
Rhythms for a Thriving Self
Failure, burnout, and withdrawal have become the norm for Christian leaders, but it’s not meant to be this way. Join our conversation with Robynn Bliss, spiritual director & author, and Aaron White, author & National Director of 24/7 Prayer. Together, we discuss how Jesus-centred leadership provides sustainable insights & rhythms for a completely different story.
What Would Get Jesus Killed Today?
Join pastors Rici Skei & Paul Eddy as we explore the radical implications of living our lives and forming our theology with Jesus at the centre. Rici & Paul unpack assumptions of secular and religious cultures and work through five aspects of Jesus-centred living that just might get Jesus and his followers killed today.
How Centering on Jesus Changes Everything
Together, pastors Andy Stanley and Bruxy Cavey share their personal journeys and unpack how the Jesus-centered way changes everything. We explore what it means, how it applies to the important realities of our time, and how placing Jesus at the center transforms us as disciples and the churches we lead.
How to be a Third Way Church in a Polarized World
What's the "Third Way" all about? Join our conversation with Mark Baker, PhD, as he walks us through attitudes, theology, and discipleship practices that self-described Third Way churches are living out. Together, we learn practical strategies for forming disciples and navigating polarization around the most divisive issues of our day.
)Re)centring on Jesus in a Time of Crisis & Opportunity
Join Greg Boyd, Danielle Strickland, and Bruxy Cavey as they explore the importance of keeping Jesus at the centre. Why does it allow us to be hopeful and see this time as an opportunity? How does it inform how we see God and his role amidst crisis? How do we care for ourselves and our communities well? And if we’re truly focused on following Jesus, what will our churches be known for? This conversation was recorded during our UNITE | ONLINE gathering.
Jesus-centred Discipleship in the Post-election Reality
Political polarization in U.S. church communities has never been greater, and the whole world is watching with uncertainty at what will unfold in the wake of the November 2020 election. In this live podcast, we converse with two pastors leading churches in North Carolina and Arizona, both highly polarized swing states. We discuss practical ways to talk about politics and explore strategies and experiential ways to keep Jesus at the centre of discipleship and mission.