The Joshua Collective began in late 2008 as a site for a group of young leaders to begin expressing their voice. These leaders were a part of Crash, a community within North Phoenix Baptist Church committed to loving, thinking and serving like Jesus.
Marked powerfully by two teaching serises at Crash, The Joshua Generation (a discussion of the choice between fear or hope in the life of the Old Testament warrior Joshua) and Making a New World (a discussion of the meaning and power of Jesus’s resurrection), these young leaders began sharing about their hopes, dreams, fears, experiences and the lessons life was teaching them.
This blog become a space for the expression of a variety of voices within the Crash community. More recently, I’ve emerged as the primary contributor on this blog, although I regularly solicit guest posts from friends and co-conspirators. I hope you enjoy what you read here. If you do, please share it with others.
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