Jane the Uber Driver, and How God Uses Ordinary Events for Extraordinary Purposes

Jane the Uber Driver, and How God Uses Ordinary Events for Extraordinary Purposes

I recently had a good conversation with an Uber driver who is using her platform to share Jesus with others.


Ed: How did you get into Uber driving?

Hero Making: The Story of One Man Who Invested in Billy Graham, Changing the Course of His Ministry

Hero Making: The Story of One Man Who Invested in Billy Graham, Changing the Course of His Ministry

All of us can and should look for people to invest our time, efforts, and energy in.


Many people have been talking about Rev. Billy Graham since his passing on February 21, 2018, and appropriately so. Having attended his funeral and hosted the radio coverage on many networks, I spent much time brushing up on Billy Graham history to share as color commentary during the radio broadcast.

The Legacy of a Leader

The Legacy of a Leader

All of us as leaders will leave behind our legacy someday


Death is not the final chapter of our life, is it? A key understanding of faith for a believer is that life lasts an eternity.

When we die, we leave stuff behind. We leave behind the possessions we acquire here. We leave behind any unfinished business. We leave behind our memories—the painful and the pleasant memories. The word for all we leave behind might be called our legacy.

Three Types of Evangelistic Contexts: Contact, Context, and Friendship

Three Types of Evangelistic Contexts: Contact, Context, and Friendship

Few things are more enjoyable than being in partnership with the God of the universe.


Over the years, I have noticed at least three different kinds of evangelistic contexts we may encounter when engaging in personal evangelism. Of course, if there are three types of contexts, there may be 33; but for the purposes of this article, let’s look at these three.

Network Leaders & Hero Makers

Network Leaders & Hero Makers

Network leaders are distinct from other leaders in their motives, methods, and measurement of success.


Preparing for Rev. Billy Graham’s Memorial Service, and Reflecting on His Love for Our Hurting World

Preparing for Rev. Billy Graham’s Memorial Service, and Reflecting on His Love for Our Hurting World

Truly effective evangelism is a matter of friendship, mentorship, and unconditional love.


Nearly a week after Rev. Billy Graham’s death, so many around our world are still mourning. Closed-casket viewings will take place in Graham’s childhood home on the grounds of the Billy Graham Library where the Billy Graham Association is expecting long lines and many visitors. These public viewings will be followed by a funeral service this Friday in Washington, D.C.

Getting Small Churches on Mission (Part 3)

Getting Small Churches on Mission (Part 3)

More ways small churches can serve their communities


How Do We Respond When Someone Mocks Us For Our Faith? [Gospel Life Podcast]

How Do We Respond When Someone Mocks Us For Our Faith? [Gospel Life Podcast]

Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.


How Do We Respond When Someone Mocks Us For Our Faith?

Can Multi-Site Work in a Rural Context?

Can Multi-Site Work in a Rural Context?

Many churches have embraced a multi-site strategy with a lot of success.


When people find out that I pastor a church in rural South Dakota that has four multi-site locations (in South Dakota, Illinois, and Jamaica) as well as an online, iCampus, they are often quite surprised.

One-on-One with Brian Stiller on the World Evangelical Alliance

One-on-One with Brian Stiller on the World Evangelical Alliance

Ed Stetzer talks with Brian Stiller about World Evangelical Alliance important happenings.


Ed: Tell us a little about the World Evangelical Alliance and some of what you are up to around the world.

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