“I’ve been in the St. Louis area all my life, and have never seen this happen,” St. Louis Metro Baptist Association then-director of missions Jim Breeden said. “I’ve never seen a church split reconnect . . . but it was clear from the first meeting that it was of God.”
Collin Hansen interviews TGC Council member Vermon Pierre about why we should want to be in church with people who are different from us.
John Yates led The Falls Church through a split with the Episcopal Church, helped found the Anglican Church in North America, and sent out eight church plants while looking for a permanent building. But he says this is his best legacy.
Jamin Goggin and Kyle Strobel warn against assuming that we won’t struggle with misusing power and emphasize the warping effects of power.
What if the church was known as the place that celebrates more than the world, rather than less?