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10 Reasons Why You Should be the Change, Part 3

Caleb Breakey - Sunday, May 25, 2014
This is the third in a series exploring why we should live intentionally in the body of Christ. Hint: It's not about us; it's about other people. Feel free to read Part 1 and Part 2 before diving into this post.

10 Reasons Why You Should Be The Change, Part 2

Caleb Breakey - Saturday, May 24, 2014
This is the second in a series exploring why you should live intentionally in the body of Christ. Hint: It's not about us; it's about other people. Feel free to read Part 1 before diving into this post, Part 2.

10 Reasons Why You Should Be the Change in Church

Caleb Breakey - Friday, May 23, 2014
Infiltrating—or, being the change in church—teaches you how to love the unlovely. It drives you to not only study God’s Word, but to live out his commands. It helps you and other imbalanced believers gravitate toward Christlikeness. It shows you the great price Christ suffered for the sake of wandering souls. Most importantly, infiltrating ignites true Christian love into a flame not even a distracted world can ignore.

Some Hurt is Good

Caleb Breakey - Thursday, May 22, 2014
One of the most loving things Brittney ever did for me was confront me about my physical advances toward her. I still remember the words she said and the follow-up letter she wrote me. It hurt like crazy to see how terribly I’d gone against God, forced the love of my life into a difficult situation, and been too weak to show the same tough love my sweetheart had shown me. But some hurt is good. And this was very good hurt.

Are You an Infiltrator in Your Church?

Caleb Breakey - Wednesday, May 21, 2014
No matter where we gather as the people of God, we are to think about how we can, in all encouragement, help our brothers and sisters embrace the radical call of following Jesus. And not just once in a while, but “all the more” as his return draws nearer. This is infiltration.

A Cord of 3 Strands is Not Easily Broken

Caleb Breakey - Tuesday, May 20, 2014
One strand is easily broken. Two strands are better than one because if one breaks, the other is there to take on the weight. But a three-corded piece of rope? That’s strength.

Casting the First Stone

Caleb Breakey - Friday, May 16, 2014
If your church doesn’t desire God’s presence or want to radiate his glory, leave. If your church doesn’t care about the greatest commandments of love and the great commission to reach others, leave. If your church cares more about the building than the people, leave. But before you do, read John 8:2-11:

Wolves Attack the Lone Sheep

Caleb Breakey - Thursday, May 08, 2014
It’s been said that wolves attack the lone sheep. And while it isn’t pleasant to think of yourself or your other as a wolf, the reality is, we’re all capable. This is why it’s vital to invite others into your relationship. #Relationships #DatingLikeAirplanes

How Jefferson Bethke Thinks the Church Should be

Caleb Breakey - Tuesday, May 06, 2014
We were created out of community (the Trinity) and for community. We weren't meant to walk alone. Because when we do, storms come and destroy. But when we're in the community of the Church, we bear one another's burdens and come up strong.

Cues You're In Danger

Caleb Breakey - Friday, May 02, 2014
You have alarms that ring every time you and your other are in danger of hurting one another physically or emotionally. The problem is, you might not recognize them as alarms until the damage has been done.


“Caleb’s passion for storytelling reminds me of a comet: rarely seen, white-hot, and a bit dangerous.”

 

Kevin Kaiser, Writer and Brand Strategist for Ted Dekker

In this beautiful book, Caleb gets real about all the reasons why we should love the Church—and what that actually implies about how we do life in the body of Christ.

 

Jefferson Bethke, Author of Jesus > Religion

Caleb’s heart for people and his passion for Jesus are clearly evident.

 

Aaron Friesen, Dean of Student Services, New Hope Christian College

Before you leave your church, before you spread rumors about your church, and before you abandon the church altogether, read Called to Stay.

 

Kyle Idleman, Author of Not a Fan and Gods at War

Caleb has a presence about him that exudes enthusiasm, passion, and a deep love for Jesus and the craft of writing.

 

Linda Gilden, CLASS Conference Director

This yellow book showcases a life-changing and God-glorifying adventure waiting for you in your own backyard.

 

Alex and Brett Harris, Authors of Do Hard Things and founders of TheRebelution.com

Caleb connects well with the audience, communicates clearly, and he is passionate about writing.

 

Tim Shoemaker, Author and Speaker

A rare book that is biblical, strategic, timely, well written and persuasive all at the same time.

 

Randy Alcorn, Author of Heaven and Safely Home

An incredible addition to our teaching faculty. His enthusiasm was contagious and we received great comments about his workshop.

 

Gerry Wakeland, Class Seminars President and CEO

Caleb Breakey challenges readers to think about our role in the church and how to respond to the changing landscape of culture within the church today.

 

Margaret Feinberg, Author of Wonderstruck

Caleb Breakey is a force of nature. He's an irresistible combination of youthful passion, practical wisdom, and thoughtful maturity.

 

Kim Aldrich, Class Attendee

Called to Stay is an important invitation to bloom where you’re planted in the body of Christ.

 

Mary DeMuth, Author of The Wall Around Your Heart

A biblical mandate mixed with a masterful appeal, Called To Stay recruits believers into a special-forces unit called Infiltrators. I was compelled to enlist. You will be too.

 

Wayne Cordeiro, New Hope Christian Fellowship

Caleb Breakey does a great job of advocating high standards and intentionality without slipping into the ditch of legalism

 

Brett Harris, Author of Do Hard Things