The way we do ministry has changed. And that's nothing new.

It's easy to talk about how much has changed in the last 100 years. But honestly, you don't even have to go back that far: in 2010, how many of us would have guessed the changes in politics, technology, and communication that have come in the last 10 years? And in the church, did any of us think we'd be talking about church online, celebrity pastors, and top athletes, actors, and musicians using social media to be so bold about their faith?

Let's be honest: the church hasn't always been on the forefront of that change. And with good reason: this isn't the first time the church has faced a paradigm change. It was less than a hundred years ago some upstart preacher named Billy Graham decided that radio, television, and new media was going to be his next pulpit. In fact, the history of the church is in a sense a history of paradigm shifts: an unwavering message of an unwavering God spread through constantly changing mediums.

Change has already happened. But the change in the church is already happening as well. Brave men and women joyfully stepping up to find new ways to share a Gospel that is unchanging. Who know that the way we do church has been disrupted, but that the church itself is unshaking.

We want you to meet those people in a unique online experience unlike any other, live everywhere May 13th. We’ve got so much to share—so stay tuned for more.