Does The Gospel Include Social Justice? - Part 2

In part 2 of this week's Everyday Conversations podcast, Jojo and Shafer discuss Pastor John Macarthur's Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Shafer shares why he would sign the statement and Jojo shares why he would not sign the statement. Read the statement yourself at:  https://statementonsocialjustice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/SSJG-FINAL.pdf and join the conversation!

Does The Gospel Include Social Justice? - Part 1

In part 1 of this week's Everyday Conversations podcast, Jojo and Shafer discuss Pastor John Macarthur's Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Shafer shares why he would sign the statement and Jojo shares why he would not sign the statement. Read the statement yourself at:  https://statementonsocialjustice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/SSJG-FINAL.pdf and join the conversation!

The Future of The Church - Part 2

In this week's Everyday Conversations podcast, we hear part two of the discussion between Sean McDowell and Bart Campolo from the 2018 Be Ready Conference.  Sean and Bart are both sons of famous preachers that faced a crisis of faith.  One left and one stayed.  In this conversation, they discuss: Why do people leave the Church?  Why should they stay? and is the Church worth saving?  Hear the Q & A from this discussion on our Vimeo page by following this link: https://buff.ly/2wxArwG

 

The Future of The Church - Part 1

In this week's Everyday Conversations podcast we hear part one of the discussion between Sean McDowell and Bart Campolo from the 2018 Be Ready Conference.  Sean and Bart are both sons of famous preachers that faced a crisis of faith.  One left and one stayed.  In this conversation, they discuss: Why do people leave the Church?  Why should they stay? and is the Church worth saving?

Faith Beyond Belief?

In this week’s Everyday Conversations Podcast, Nic and Jojo respond to some of the e-mails we’ve received from Christians about faith. Some Christians say faith doesn't need evidence while atheists say Christianity has no evidence. In response, Nic and Jojo talk about the need to engage both ideas by defining faith and evidence properly.