Learning from Others’ Love of Lent!

Learning from Others’ Love of Lent!

I’ve never been much of a high church guy. By High Church, I refer to Christian traditions which rely heavily on form, procedure, and religious rote for their corporate gathering and private lives of worship. We see this most clearly in the Catholic and Orthodox faiths and some protestant traditions such as the Episcopalians. There is indeed an air of religious feel to the form, but in my arrogance, I have always assumed a void of life. The writing out of prayers and reading them to God felt like a suitor giving a formal and legal document to his sweetheart as a marriage proposal. No personal words or heart on fire. Just data. “Here is my proposition in detail; please sign on the bottom line if you agree to these terms.”

No, such a traditional experience was not for me, and I didn’t give the subject much thought. And then. Then? Then my wife, who is working through a hospital chaplain residency, told me that she was planning to observe the tradition of Lent with others at her hospital. (more…)

Gay, Truth, and Grace!

Gay, Truth, and Grace!

What’s it like to grow up with a LGBT worldview?  How do we reconcile the clear Biblical teachings on sexuality, personhood, and the real feelings of homosexuality?  In a world of relativity how can we approach this present question with both grace and truth?  Join us for the Discussions Sunday night as we welcome pastor and author Caleb Kaltenbach to the show.  Christianity was the last thing on Caleb’s mind when he grew up in a LGBT household but that all changed when he met the authentic Jesus Christ in High School. If there is a way to approach this topic with truth and grace Caleb is the one to know.  So set your schedule now and get your questions ready for our live webcast Sunday night at 8p Central. We will also be giving away a free copy of Caleb’s book, Messy Grace, to someone in the viewing audience.

Catch us here or on the “Sunday Night Discussions” Google + page.

Fred Phelps, Westboro Baptist Church, and the Question of Sin.

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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!