Have you seen the movie “Up in the Air”? The character played by George Clooney was disconnected from other people. Unfortunately, this does not just happen in the movies–many men are disconnected (perhaps not as severely as Clooney) and it impacts their families, friendships and careers. John Seel shares for the very first time his story of disconnectedness and the long and painful road back to connectedness. John Seel
Paul Young, author of the best-selling book “The Shack”, explains how the book represents his personal story of coming to understand God’s character and incredible love. With tremendous humility, transparency and wisdom, Young shares a powerful message about shame, our attempts to hide and God’s relentless desire to heal our soul and rebuild our heart from the inside out. Young concludes by explaining the importance of a community of brotherhood like NCS to the healing process. William Young
What is the key to living the abundant life Jesus promised us, no matter our circumstances? Tom McGehee lost his teenage son in a motorcycle accident. In this message he shares about looking for hope in all the wrong places and how he learned that surrender is the key to a life of eternal hope. Tom teaches that we fill our lives with things of the urgent. Yet, it is the things of the eternal that bring us life. Its all about your perspective and your choice to see the world not through your lens, but with God’s view.
There is no denying that our relationship with our fathers has a profound impact on our lives. As President of the National Fatherhood Initiative, Roland Warren is devoting his life to fathers and fatherhood. In this talk, he shares his own experiences and explores why a father matters so much in the life of a child