Can Christians disagree on Biblical issues?
Jared Belcher, Ben Shoun, & Brett Moore
As we seek to understand the Bible, Christians may disagree on the meaning and implications of various passages. But which issues are non-negotiable and which ones are subject to interpretation? Is there a healthy way to disagree with other believers on issues of secondary importance? Ben Shoun and Brett Moore share some thoughts on "Open Handed" and "Close Handed" issues.
Ever been invited to a party for a product? Then you've heard of Multi-Level Marketing. Multi-Level Marketing, or MLM, is a popular form of business where everyday people are the distributors for a company's products. Makeup, vitamins, essential oils, baskets, kitchenware, and a hundred others, MLMs are extremely popular, especially among women and especially in American churches. Whether you're a buyer or seller, sometimes, MLMs can lead to problems between friends. Should we avoid MLMs? Should we go to the parties? In this episode, we talk about where MLMs can create challenges and how we can all navigate them.
Choosing which church to be a part of is a big and sometimes difficult decision. When do you know if a church is the right one for you? In this episode, the second of two parts, we answer this question by evaluating the 9 marks of a healthy church.
Choosing which church to be a part of is a big and sometimes difficult decision. When do you know if a church is the right one for you? In this episode, the first of two parts, we answer this question with some practical points to consider and offer a little perspective on the question itself.
It's a situation we've all experienced: a friend is engaging in sin and we know it, but we don't know how to respond. In this episode, we address a listener-summited question that we all can relate to.
How do you show Christ to your non-believing family? How do you honor your mother and father when they discourage your faith? These are tough but familiar situations many Christians find themselves in every day. You desire for your family to know the Lord but they strongly oppose even your relationship to Jesus. We share our thoughts to this question sent to us anonymously.
When making a major life decision, do you consider the impact it might have on your church and THE church? Do you have to?