Current Series: Racial Tension
Episode 26: Racial Tension, Part 3 (Where is this going?)
In a recent TV interview, Greater New York Black Lives Matter president Hawk Newsome warned, “If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it.” A quote like this may seem unnecessarily provocative, but it warrants some thoughtful analysis. What do they want, specifically? What does “this system” include? And, if the system has to be burned down and replaced, what will it be replaced with? In other words where is all of this going? In part 3 of our series on Racial Tension, we will try to bring biblical clarity to these questions and provide some direction for how we, as Christians, ought to respond.
Episode 25: Racial Tension, Part 2 (What do you mean?)
In the classic fairytale comedy, The Princess Bride, one of the characters, Vizzini, keeps exclaiming the word, “Inconceivable!”, when something happens that he was sure could never happen. After a few of these exclamations, the beloved character, Inigo Montoya, simply says, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” In part 2 of our series on Racial Tension, we will see that there are several terms that are often repeated by pundits, politicians, professors and protestors that do not mean what you might think they mean.
Episode 24: Racial Tension, Part 1 (Where is the hope?)
It is clearly a distressing time in the life of our country. So, how should the church, corporately, and believers, individually, respond during this period of social unrest and profound racial discord? And, in the midst of all the noise and confusion swirling around these complex issues, where is the hope? In this first episode of a new series on Racial Tension, we will begin to answer these and other important questions.
SPECIAL EPISODES ON COVID-19
Episode 18: Pandemic & Profound Love
What is, or should be distinctive about Christians as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic? In this special episode, Pandemic & Profound Love, we explore some of the most devastating pandemics in history and we highlight how Christians in past eras distinguished themselves by serving and sacrificing for others in profound ways.