“All the church wants is my money!” Have you heard that before? Have you said or wondered that before? So what about it? Does the church talk too much about money? Sure, there are some real shyster preachers with funny ties out there trying to get your cash. But do they represent the Church as a whole? On the other hand, there are countless people in our world who are not only in huge financial debt, but are also actually enslaved to money and possessions and are looking to God for some answers. So it makes one wonder if maybe the Church is actually not talking about money and possessions enough. What we know from the Bible is that God does have a plan for money and the problem may actually have nothing to do with possessions themselves, but rather somewhere deep in our hearts. Where is the balance? Join us tonight at 8p Central as we welcome Lawrence Turner to the show to talk about God and Money. Lawrence is a Christ follower with a background in Banking and presently serves as Vice President and Relationship Manager with Church Developent Fund. Send us questions now of live here or through our Goolge + SND page.
Fred Phelps, Westboro Baptist Church, and the Question of Sin. Join tonight as we look at the question of sin and how to respond to it. As always you can send in questions here on Kingdomology.com, our SND Face Book page, or through our Google + page for quickest results. So grab a friend and we’ll see you tonight at 8p Central. Let the Discussions begin!
This week for the Discussions we’ll be diving into some specific questions that have come in from our viewing and listening audience. Questions about God, the Bible, faith, pain and suffering? All topics are open for the discussion this week. Feel free to chime in if you want via Google + or our SND Face Book Page.
Would you believe it? I got a red-light ticket last month. My violation occurred the day after Christmas when I drove up to Austin to meet with Robert Tippett for lunch and some Sunday Night Discussions strategy time. Actually I was informed later on that technically it was in Round Rock, Texas where my heinous crime occurred and that my geographical blunder was very offensive to both Austin-ites and as well as citizens of Round Rock. Sorry about that. In short, I was trying to navigate traffic in an unfamiliar area and I took a right turn on red without coming to a full and complete stop. Yes, there in lay my crime. I know the law. One must come to a complete stop before turning right on red. Taking a quick look before turning doesn’t cut the mustard. I was frustrated though and in a hurry. So I figured my intentions were good enough. I just assumed that overall I’m not a bad driver. I mean this is only the second ticket since I got my license the day after I turned 16. I didn’t hurt anyone and my haste was obviously for a good purpose. It should not have been a big deal at all. Come on, it’s not like I had road rage or something. (more…)