A Long Time Coming

On the surface, the recent Engage Youth Night may have looked like any other youth event taking place on any given weekend. But to some...

An Unexpected Life | Naomi’s Story

I can’t ever remember a time when church wasn’t a part of my life. My grandparents are Christians and as long as I can...

Solas…what?!

Adam Nash introduces and unpacks some of the deep and complex themes explored in Chris De Souza's new album "Solastalgia" Solastalgia by Chris De Souza As...

Our Common Holy Ground | Part Three

Humankind. What a state we’re in, and don’t we know it. On the bright side, we’re full of much inherent kindness, creativity, culture and...

Discipleship Resources | Humility & Hunger

Hungry to learn more about God and His heart for the world? Check out an awesome collection of study resources recently released by Humility and Hunger....

Our Common Holy Ground | Part Two

When I finally began to experience the Gospel (Good News of God’s Victory) in a personal way, it wasn’t what I expected. I didn’t expect such benevolence, kindness, compassion and mercy...

Our Common Holy Ground | Part One

I'm in a park on a sprawling tarp across from a Lebanese guy I’ve just met for the first time. We chat about living...

Singing Our Way to Justice

“So much of the struggle in this world exists because we can’t imagine a world different than the one we have. The world is...

You Are Not Disqualified

"You Are Not Disqualified" a stirring blog from Ekballo Project. "We disqualify ourselves too often. Life, for us, will only ever be normal, average, typical. We devour...

Faithful To The End

How to convey what we experienced together at GO Fest Sydney… Speaking for the organising team, over the last two years different ones of us have carried...

God’s Story, Our Story

At a recent gathering of church planters in Central Asia, I heard a man named Dameer (not his real name) tell his amazing story....

Land In Process

I grew up in an area with very abundant produce farms; especially berries. You'll often see signs inviting the public to drop by a farm...

On the ‘Travel Bug’ and Finding God in the Nations

For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to travel. To cross borders and see things I’ve never seen, smell things I’ve...

The Sound of a Generation

When I first moved to Trenton, Tennessee I was fourteen years old and was so enthralled with this big band that would practice down...

So Much Bigger Than My World

It wasn’t until my first trip when I was 16 years old and I went down to Rosarita, Mexico that I ever truly understood. My...

Home Sweet Home

In another post, I reflected on God's faithfulness to us on our 'sometimes blindfolded' nomadic journey–a familiar journey to the writer of Hebrews who...

Running to God Tunes

One of the foundations of our team is prayer and worship, so it’s no surprise that we’ve been deeply impacted and encouraged  as individuals...

We Found Hope

During the lecture phase of our recent Media2Go training Seminar we attended a screening of documentaries centered around the very nation God had been leading us...

Redeem 1915

We're a year away from 2014, the year which will put one hundred years between us and the beginning of World War I.  Political...

Mint and Marigold | Tundra Vole

We've been fortunate to collaborate with a of musicians over the years. Tundra Vole has produced the lion's share of the music used in Create Emerge video...

Discipling a Generation

A 6 hour bus ride from Phnom Penh to Battambang through the 'rice bowl' of Cambodia brought to mind Jesus' words: "the harvest is...

Reaching into ‘The Pit’

Our team consisting of Create Emerge staff and Media2Go students had been in Cambodia for two weeks, filming interviews and collecting cutaway footage of faithful men...

If It’s Not Happening…

"If it's not happening it's because you're not doing it." After reading all 600 pages of Thomas Friedman's "The World is Flat", this is the...

Kids from Bangkok’s Slums Apparently Like Rugby

A couple weeks ago, a few of us from the Create Emerge team headed to Thailand.  We were in the country primarily to teach...