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Reflecting the character of Jesus in a broken world is what being a disciple is all about. Doug addresses the harried way so many of us live.
Every Sunday morning, domestic violence and abuse enter the doors of the church. It’s next door to everywhere. But so are The Navigators.
It is remarkable the fellowship that others have with the living God in no way detracts from our own relationship with Him.
The Navigators staff recently spoke with Jerry Bridges about Christian fellowship and his book, True Community. Discover what he has to say.
A conversation with author Jerry Bridges about his book God Took Me By The Hand. Read more about his journey with God’s Unusual Providence.
This village in Uganda was rife with witches, murderers, and other wicked people who’d been driven out of their previous homes.
When God builds ministries on foundations of genuine relationship and community , “thy Kingdom come” takes on invigorating meaning.
Young people in their 20s are flocking to the cities in the US. They may or may not actively be seeking Christ—but will they find Him there?
It’s estimated that a typical Christian spends about three-and-a-half minutes each day in prayer. Learn how to make prayer an adventure!
Antonio* has caught the vision of building young leaders in his community. He grew up in the “International District” in Albuquerque. That’s the official name of the neighborhood, but the people who live there call it the “war zone.” It is an area with a mix of immigrants, Native Americans, and Latinos who face chronic […]
At the age 103, Jim Downing is the second oldest Pearl Harbor survivor and he was the sixth Navigator who was discipled by Navigator founder Dawson Trotman. On the morning of the Pearl Harbor attack, I witnessed shocking treachery, devastation, and death. I will never forget it. But there is another side to infamy, one […]
The Navigators team on Capitol Hill ministers to the private lives of public individuals as they seek to follow Jesus in their personal and public lives.