When we look out in our world at those far from God, what are the first emotions that come into our heart?Anger (at the effect of sin on our world)? Disgust (by other people’s sin)? Self-Righteousness (comparing our sin with theirs)? What is Christ's response?

How would you rate your love and motivation for people who do not yet know Jesus? What do you do to look for lost “sheep,” people around you who would never make it “home” if not for someone going out of their way to find them?

Jesus’ methods were not overt. They were covert, even subversive.  Rather than speaking in a clear way that would offend his hearers, Jesus spoke in parables. Instead of showing up in all His God-likeness, He came to earth as a man, undercover, so to speak.

Why are the cross, Jesus' death, and resurrection so important? Why all the hype?

If your life were a reflection of the God you follow and believe in, what would those looking on say your God was like? Many of us reflect a God who is distant, with little involvement in a messy world, except to announce rules to keep things in order.

Do you really expect God to do something today? I mean really do something?

Social research tells us that despite the proliferation of social media, people are lonelier than ever. Do you ever feel alone? Abandoned? Without anyone you can really talk to?

In the letter to the church at Colossae, Paul reveals the central message he’s been asked to deliver. He calls it, “the mystery that has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is now disclosed to the saints” (Colossians 1:26 NIV). What is this mystery?

My earthly dad died in January. He had been sick for years. My dad loved me in many ways and I’m a product of some of his wonderful aspects. But, we didn’t always see eye to eye. Through the years my dad and I sorted all that out and talked it through. At his death, we had nothing that separated us.

As you look at the effect of your life, are you hoping for a splash or a ripple? Check out this video about The Navigators hope to see hundreds of thousands of everyday people, who in the context of a community of friends, are experiencing and advancing the Gospel in the normal pathways of life.