Is God's Love Reckless?

The worship song "Reckless Love" by Cory Asbury has been very popular in Christian culture and at our own church. Some have asked, however, is God's love "reckless," as the song's chorus describes? In this episode, we discuss whether God's love is reckless and whether we should sing "Reckless Love" in church.

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Mission Update from Kenya

A little over a year ago, Taylor & Jessica Jolley moved to Nairobi, Kenya, to disciple college students as missionaries. This week, the Jolleys are visiting family and friends in the States. We sat down with them to get an update on the last year and how we can better pray for them.

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Should Christians be Politically Correct?

The term "politically correct," meaning language that avoids offending anyone, is often used derogatorily. In our highly divisive political culture, should Christians worry about getting along well with people of different beliefs? Should Christians be "politically correct"? That's our question today in one of our longest episodes ever.

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Will God Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

It's a phrase you have probably heard and maybe even used, "God won't give you more than you can handle," but is this idea Biblical? The idea certainly has origins in Scripture, most notably in 1 Corinthians 10:13, but is it true? In this episode, we consider the validity of this phrase and consider what it means to offer comfort to those who are suffering.

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The Christian's Fight Against Racism

As we remember the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's assassination, we reflect on his final speech given in a Memphis church hours earlier. "Be concerned about your brother. You may not be on strike. But either we go up together, or we go down together. Let us develop a kind of dangerous unselfishness." For a predominately white church in 2018, let us consider the insight in King's line here - are we our brother's keeper? In other words, do white Christians have a responsibility to intentionally fight racism against people of color? And if so, how much ought we risk? In this episode, we consider the implications of King's "dangerous unselfishness."

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