Can following Jesus help your business? That’s a good question. The honest answer begins when we realize that there is truly no divorce between the secular and the sacred in life and the Kingdom of God. Jesus really does care about every part of our lives and the Bible does indeed hold many divine principles which apply to the market place just as much as the Sunday morning gathering place. Join us Sunday at 8p Central as we welcome business and leadership coach, Ross Trahan to the show. Ross serves as Vice President of Accelerated Leadership which has raised the standard of leadership, teamwork, and success for thousands of individuals in over a hundred Gulf Coast companies since 1999. How do God and the market place intersect? Tune in at 8p Central here or on Google + to find out. As always, questions are welcomed and we will be giving away a free resource at the end of the live webcast.
In referring to Elijah of the Old Testament, James makes the observation that the prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective. But I wonder. Even when we find our righteousness in the healing of Christ opposed to our own merit, are our prayers really powerful? Are they truly heard by the God of all creation? Tune in Sunday night at 8p Central as our special guest, Rick Stedman, believes so. Rick founded and for two decades led Adventure Christian Church in Roseville, California. His real desire is getting people connected to God and borrowing from Eugene Peterson, Rick has suggested that the number one job of pastors is to teach their people to pray. Would you agree with that? What other questions about prayer or living out the loving Kingdom of God would you have for Rick? Feel free to send in questions early and join us for the live discussion Sunday night. We will also be giving away a copy of Rick’s new book, Praying the Armor of God. Questions and comments can be taken during the webcast via our SND Google + page or here.
What is God doing in our day around the world? Most of my kingdom work is centered in an American cultural context. But what is God doing beyond the box of Western and American thinking about Christianity? Join us this Sunday at 8p Central as we welcome Dr. Chris DeWelt to the show. We will be looking at God and global Christianity. Chris comes to the discussion with the experience of having lived in the cultural context of Chile for 8 years and has served in close to 80 other countries and cultures. Presently Chris serves as Director and Professor of Intercultural Studies at Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Mo.
What is God up to around the world? What does authentic Christianity look like in other countries and cultures around the globe? What is it about authentic Christianity that transcends culture? How can we be involved in God’s work no matter where we are on the earth? Those and many other questions will be part of the discussion Sunday night. Don’t miss this exciting internationally charged live webcast. You are welcome to send in questions ahead of time or you can participate live through our SND Google + page, our SND Face Book page, or through the comment section here. So be sure to plan ahead and grab a friend and we’ll see you tomorrow night.
“You are the salt of the earth and the light of the world.” Those words were spoken by Jesus Christ 2000 years ago. When I think of the enormity of that statement, Church Planter and Pastor, Ken Hasekamp, is one of the guys who always comes to mind. If anyone knows experientially about influencing people with the love of Christ, it’s Ken. Patterson, CA is where we find Ken these days and it’s amazing to see the stories of how God is working through his life to love his community and make an eternal difference. Join us this evening as we dive into the question of “how to be the light of Christ in our 21st century communities.”
The Discussions begin tonight at 8p Central and you can find us here or on Google +. Feel free to join in on the conversation with your questions and comments. Looking forward to hearing from you this evening.
Does traditional evangelical Christianity have anything to say in our modern time? With the rise of millennial thinking can early 20th century Fundamentalism and present Evangelicalism effectively meet the needs of today or must we turn to new forms of spirituality for the heart, head, and hand? Join us this evening at 8p Central as we welcome Dr. Gary Zustiak to SND. Gary is an educator, counselor, youth specialist and millennial expert. We will also be giving away a copy of Gary’s book, The Next Generation: Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Generation X
So feel free to send in questions now and we’ll see you later on this evening.