Missional living begins with faith and obedience. The call to follow Jesus gives every believer the privilege of participating in the Great Commission.
Dr. Iorg discusses a recent report issued by the Surgeon General which listed churches as a solution to the problem of loneliness.
People's material needs matter, and meeting them can be a bridge to the gospel. Joshua Ray writes about his church's participation in sharing the love of Jesus through laundry.
Dr. Iorg encourages leaders to focus on their mission and to ignore the demands of culture.
Many see California as a desolate spiritual wasteland. Dr. Iorg dispels these negative perceptions and sheds light on the spiritual impact of the state.
According to a recent Barna study on evangelism, most Christians seem to share a common view that evangelism is not a requirement of every disciple. Dr. Iorg recommends an effective biblical way of changing this image of evangelism.
The libraries of leaders must include biographies. Dr. Iorg reflects upon his own personal and professional growth by reading this literary genre.
Many pastors made more efforts to present the gospel during the Christmas season. Dr. Iorg sees and hopes for a new urgency about communicating the gospel in the year 2022.
The more an organization’s behaviors align with the mission, the healthier the organization will be. Dr. Iorg talks about the importance of Mission Discipline in organizational effectiveness, longevity, and healthiness.
"Mission Alignment" is when one's personal objective aligns with the organization's mission. Dr. Iorg presents steps on how individuals can determine if they and their respective organizations possess this quality.