I’m excited about our final Sunday Night Discussions show of the season at 8p central on the 22nd. This week we’ll have two guests live from England with us. One of them is an incredibly encouraging guy named Larry Kineman who makes Santa feel boring. I’ve known Larry since the summer of 1988 when I worked with him on a college mission trip to Chile and he’s always been a huge blessing to me and many others around the world. For our time this week we’ll continue our conversation and questions surrounding Christian influence in culture with a special emphasis on how that can take place in Britain and any post-modern setting. While Larry is actually a Yank, he’s been in the United Kingdom for over 20 years and he’ll be joined by Ryan Muliette who is from the UK and has been working for over a year to plant a church from scratch in an area with little or no Christian influence at all. If you have any questions from last week’s show that you’d like more commentary on or any specific questions for Larry or Ryan, feel free to send those in early and we’ll try to address them on the show. These two men have done a GREAT job of living out the Kingdom of God and sharing the love of Christ in the UK.
For Google + users, you will be able to send in questions live during the show on the SND page. So make plans now to join us for what’s going to be a great show and conclusion to our trial season of Sunday Night Discussions. We’ll even have one final free resource to give away. See you then.
Thanks Stevo, great answer!
I apologize that we didn’t get to this question on the show Martin. We were rushed with what we already had and some tech problems before we went live as well. Just too much to do and we could have easily gone 90 minutes, which is what we’re thinking about doing if we go into the future with the show. Also apologize for the delay in getting back here.
Quick thought that there is no doubt that God used Mandela as the scriptures clearly teach that God “sets up kings and he deposes them.” The reasons vary.
Suppose the verdict is out on the totality of Mandela. Indeed, he was an inspiration to maybe millions and sure enough demonstrated forgiveness and an attitude of forgiveness nationally along with reconciliation. I’ve not done a lot of study on the guy so I really can’t make a clear educated commentary. However, I also know that some will point out that Mandela endorsed terroristic tactics which led to civilian deaths before he went to prison. Again, I don’t know all the facts, but I’ve not seen anything thus far in the media showing his repentance for those acts.
Thanks for the input on the show. Robert will be getting a survey out soon.
Think about this one… I think Mr. Nelson Mandela was a great leader and humanitarian.
Do you guy’s think this great mind was providentially put on earth by our Savior to do what he did for South Africa. His legacy blows me away too!
Gonna miss you guys! You done real good. The foundation is set. It’s time to build on it. Thank ye for sharing ye great intellect.