Rick Warren joins Carey and David to discuss how he’s led Saddleback through the pandemic, the political and racial divisions in our nation, and the opportunity for the Church to grow stronger in response to Covid. Part 1 of 2.
Carey Nieuwhof and Barna SVP of Research Brooke Hempell sit down with Bryan Loritts (author, speaker and teaching pastor at Summit Church) to talk about the experience of black people in America and how church leaders can disciple their people toward racial reconciliation and unity.
David Kinnaman sits down with Jennie Allen, president and founder of IF Gathering and author of ‘Get Out Of Your Head’, to discuss digital discipleship, the relationship between suffering and spiritual formation, and the challenges facing ministry to women, Gen Z and parents. Introduction by Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin.
Jeanne Stevens, co-lead pastor of Soul City Church in Chicago, joins Carey and Savannah to talk about the importance of vision during times of crisis, overcoming personal hardships while leading and how to establish healthy relational boundaries in life and ministry.
Sam Collier, lead pastor of Hillsong Atlanta, joins Carey and Savannah to talk more about what it’s been like planting a church during a pandemic as well as the importance of healthy boundaries and the ongoing process of racial reconciliation and healing. Part 2 of 2.
Carey and Savannah are joined by Vivian Mabuni (author, speaker and podcaster) to discuss the pandemic’s impact on women, women leaders and women ministries. Vivian offers great advice to church leaders on how they can engage and disciple the next generation of female leaders and congregants more effectively.