A Tabernacle Talk is a space we've created for conversations about Christ and culture. We'll bring in guest speakers who are well-informed on different topics that will help to equip our church family to better engage our culture!
We'll record the different talks and make them available (along with supplemental resources) right here!
We live in a culture that grows more complicated and confusing by the day. We are called by Jesus to love our neighbor. While that sounds simple enough, how do we practically fulfill this command, especially if those around us see the world from vastly different points of view? How are we to be salt and light in this divisive time?
“Making Sense of Your World” – Dr. Bill Brown, John Stonestreet, Gary Phillips
“Every Square Inch: An Introduction to Cultural Engagement” – Dr. Bruce Ashford
“The Gospel Comes with a Housekey” – Rosaria Butterfield
“A Practical Guide to Culture-Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World” – John Stonestreet & Brett Kunkle
“Tactics-A Gameplan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions” – Gregory Koukl
“Can Science Explain Everything?” – John Lennox
“Loving my LGBT Neighbor” – Glenn Stanton
“Confronting Injustice Without Comprising Truth” – Thaddeus Williams
Tools and Websites:
“World Magazine” & “World and Everything in It Podcast” – Features daily news and content from a biblical worldview.
“Colson Center for Christian Worldview” – Daily 5 Minute Podcast called “Breakpoint”
"AXIS" - Christ-centered resources that say up-to-date with our culture.
"The Center for Faith, Sexuality, and Genter" - The Center equips believers with theologically sound and accessible resources in the form of small-group learning experiences, conferences, and other avenues such as blogs, videos, podcasts, speaking, and webinars.
“What would you Say?” – Quick and understandable answers to hard questions.
Questions for reflection:
1. What are the biggest areas of fear that keep me from pursuing my neighbor?
2. Who comes to mind and what can I do next to learn how to better interact with them?
3. Are there any conversations from the past that I need to repair or revisit with a different posture?
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