Right now, “gender identity” or “gender selection” is a hot button. The idea of gender is now being contrived by our culture instead of having a natural definition. The “moral revolution” has changed everything. However, the church must go beyond the culture understanding and biblically define “gender”. Charles and Daniel discuss where biblical thinking should lead us.
Many times people want to say that the Gospel is simple but a better term is clarity. In one since, we don’t want to over complicate the Gospel truth, but on the other hand, we don’t want to minimize or dumb it down. Join Charles and Daniel as they clarify the clarity.
At Vision4Living, we talk a lot of about the Gospel and the need to make the Gospel central in our life, family, and church. You may be saying, “why are we talking about this again?” Because we can never take for granted that those around us have a clear and biblical view. Join Charles and Daniel today as they talk about the necessity of the Gospel.
Charles and Daniel dig into the particulars of what a biblical church leadership should look like and more importantly what we should look for in those who lead us. Join them today as they discuss it.
As Charles and Daniel move along in their series on ‘Church Leadership’, they move from a basic idea of leadership to talking about church leadership in general. It’s time to put some meat on the bones. Join them today!
There are misconceptions of what church leadership should be and look like. However, before we go there, we need to know personally what leadership is and then that should inform how we choose or look for leaders in the church. Join Daniel and Charles as they spend the next few weeks on CrossTalk discussing this important issue.
The measure of a disciple is seen in how Christ and the apostles relate discipleship to the cross. So basically, if your discipleship is not cross-centered then it is not true discipleship. Charles and Daniel talk about it on this week’s CrossTalk.
When we talk about discipleship, we are talking about the actual molding of a disciple. Which means, we have to know what it is we want to accomplish when we are discipling someone. So the question remains: if you are molding a disciple, how do you do it? Charles and Daniel talk about it.