Whether it be the response to natural disasters, racism, etc., why is the pulpit singularly equipped to deal with the issues of life?
How is the younger generation (Millennials, etc.) responding to the efforts to divide the nation as highlighted by the events in Charlottesville? How are they be encouraged to view and interpret what’s happening?
From a Biblical perspective, what is valuable about looking at and learning from our past? How can the pastor address these issues in their teaching Was the church instrumental in bringing slavery to an end?
From Charlottesville to Harvey and Irma: Will the Church Awake? We are joined by Shane Pruitt (Director of Evangelism for Southern Baptists of Texas Convention) & Alex McFarland (speaker, author, and advocate for Christian apologetics). Topics discussed include: The Church’s Role in Harvey Clean Up: Report from TX. The Church’s response to Charlottesville: Unified or Invisible?
Why has the Church and the pulpit been so quiet and divided concerning the issues brought about by Charlottesville?
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