Posts tagged “Culture”
Your Good Reason to Be Strange
It can be exhausting these days to try to have a civil conversation over disagreements. But that’s also why it’s a golden opportunity for Christians to be different. We live in a world where it feels impossible to have civil disagreements. How are we supposed to behave in this age of outrage? Though this series first aired in February 2019, God’s Word is timeless as Pastor Jon helps us see how we should act during these challenging times.
Certain Faith in an Uncertain World
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Jon shows us how to stand strong in our faith despite what our culture throws at us.
What’s Your Reason for Hope?
What do you do when the pressure’s on to conform to culture? Pastor Jon helps us get out of sticky situations while being intentional with sharing our faith.
Confidence in Your Faith
In today’s culture, it’s becoming harder to show our faith. But Pastor Jon shows us how we can do this with conviction.
Whose Truth Is Right?
How can you live your faith boldly in today’s culture where truth seems relative?
Be Different in the Age of Outrage Compilation
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Where Does Your Validation Come From?
In a world where it’s normal to seek validation to prove how good we are, we can be different instead by following this example.
Measure Your Impact by Being Personal
It’s normal to think that the bigger the platform, the bigger the influence. Be different. Be like Jesus.
Be Slow to Speak, Quick to Listen
It’s normal to want to change people’s minds and behaviors. But instead, look for opportunities to spend time with people the way Jesus did.
Staying Calm When Others Freak Out
While everyone else freaks out about today’s contentious issues, here’s why you can remain calm.
Called to Be Different
It can be exhausting these days to try to have a civil conversation over disagreements. But that’s also why it’s a golden opportunity for Christians to be different.