63 Days Cover Artwork.001How To Change the World In 63 Days: The 3-Step ACTION PLAN For Personal & Worldwide Revival

What if you really COULD change the world?

Many Christians are beginning to sense a shifting. Something is changing. And just in time.
While the world seems to be getting more and more dark, these Christians are awakening to a radical way of living - given to us by Jesus - that changes the world. For these worldchangers, life will never be the same again. And the world won't be either.

This way of living, found in Matthew 25, is a 3-Step ACTION PLAN that leads to personal revival. The kind of personal revival that is contagious. The kind that changes the world.

Obedience. Faithfulness. Compassion.

And amazingly, this ACTION PLAN only takes 63 DAYS to fully execute. If you're willing to change the world.



LENSES: Seeing the Bible in Context (DVD)

Have you ever looked through the wrong end of a pair of binoculars?  You can still make out the image, but just barely.  For the past 2,000 years, Christianity has been looking at the Scriptures the same way.  It’s time to turn the lenses around.  By looking at the Bible through the proper lenses – the historic, geographic, religious, and cultural context – the Word becomes more vivid, the personalities come to life, and the student becomes more and more connected to the story.  And ultimately, the Believer falls more in love with Jesus.

Episode 1: Healing in His Wings

How can understanding an obscure passage hidden in the Book of Numbers forever change the way we read some of the most familiar stories throughout the Bible?

Episode 2: Morning & Evening

From the first day that the morning and evening sacrifices were offered in the Tabernacle, a picture of the sacrifice of "the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world” was rehearsed. On the day of the crucifixion, the morning and evening sacrifices were finally finished, just as Jesus declared.

Episode 3: He Shall Be Called A “Nazarene”

Throughout the New Testament, there are apparent contradictions that have frustrated serious students of the Bible for centuries. Could looking at these passages through the right lenses - the historic, geographic, religious, and cultural context - help answer these questions?

Episode 4: The Son of Man

Modern liberal Bible scholars have claimed that Jesus rarely, if ever, made claims to being divine. Over seventy times in the Gospels, Jesus calls Himself, the “Son of Man.” Could understanding what this term meant in the context of Jesus’ day, forever answer the question regarding Jesus’ divinity?