Who Said That?

Who Said That?

I’m not sure when or why we started calling him Sir Rob.  I mean he’s not British and as far as I know the Queen has not knighted him.  But Sir Rob just kind of feels like a knight. He’s ex-military and a tough guy but yet carries an air of nobility and wisdom with him that makes you feel like you’re talking with someone in the English Parliament. Except of course when he’s making jokes and swimming in dry humor.  Which I suppose is a lot of the time. But still, Sir Rob just fits.

I also don’t recall when I first heard him pose the question.  I’ve heard it a lot though.  Another one of my friends gets down on himself and begins a degradation process. You know; the “I’m an idiot” type talk.  I’ve done that. Maybe you have.  But right after my friend told himself how bad he was Sir Rob followed up with the question of; “really, who said that?”  In other words, who said he was an idiot, failure, or other? (more…)

All of Jesus and Truths that Test.  Part I. Noah, the Ark, and Coming Judgment.

All of Jesus and Truths that Test. Part I. Noah, the Ark, and Coming Judgment.

 

Everybody has an opinion.  But how do we prove our point?  When it comes to Jesus, people usually bring Him into a discussion when they believe He can lend added weight to their argument. Socially and politically speaking, conservatives will bring Jesus up regarding a pro-life position and liberals will enter the Jesus card to support their call to feed the poor and take care of the down and out. Good Samaritan type talk.  But what about the passages where Jesus doesn’t always say what we want Him to say?  Do we really believe Jesus when He talks about issues that we’re not quite sure about or maybe even just don’t agree with?

What about the times where Jesus spoke in reference to Old Testament accounts as if they were really true?  Stories like Jonah and the big fish that are often placed alongside cute little kid myths of the tooth fairy and Santa Claus. (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.

Engaging Culture and Navigating Opposing Views.

Engaging Culture and Navigating Opposing Views.

Jesus said that His followers would be salt and light in the world.  But how does that play out when the worldview of authentic Christianity and our modern culture are often in direct opposition to one another?  What is at root of these opposing views and how can the message of Christ be brought into cultural questions?  Does ancient Christianity have anything to say to our modern world? Has the Church forgotten how to respond to the cultural challenges? Has the link between the Bible and world been lost? Join us tonight at 8p Central as we explore this and other questions facing the Church today on Sunday Night Discussions. This week we will sit down with our guest Brandon Wolfram to look at how followers of Jesus can regain a confidence in the Word of God as an intellectual, moral, and philosophical system that grounds humanity.  Do you have questions on this subject?  Then feel free to send in those questions and comments here or via our “Sunday Night Discussions” Google + page or Facebook page.

Is Evangelicalism Intellectually Relevant?

Is Evangelicalism Intellectually Relevant?

SNDDoes 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.