As we kickoff the new season of Real Life, we are joined by Mellisa Stacey and Janelle McCollum to talk about their perspectives surrounding education. Obviously it’s been a difficult season for all educators, so today we sit down and discuss some of the triumphs and struggles. We also take time to talk about some of the ways that we can all support our local educators.
Parenting in a Pandemic! In this season, parents from all sorts of different contexts have found themselves asking about parenting, children, and all things in between. What are some issues with parenting in the midst of a pandemic? What are some of the struggles? How do we know if we’re doing a good job?In the coming weeks we will be addressing these concerns as we have a very real conversation about Parenting in a Pandemic!
This week we have a great opportunity to sit down and have a discussion with several church leaders on the topic of Racism. We are joined by Pastor David Ndembe, Pastor Jameson Wheeler, and Jared Gregory who each provide great insight and conversation as it pertains to racism in our culture today. As always, let us know your thoughts on today’s episode!
February is Black History Month so we thought that it’d be the perfect time to process how we can begin initiating tough dialogue to work through discussions that may be difficult to approach for some people. As always, let us know what you think!
Last week we began our discussion on racism by starting off with a foundational question: what is racism? We’re continuing this week looking at how culture speaks to our worldview. As we follow the Lord, we come to understand that what we learn culturally ought to yield to God’s truth – but culture holds strong over much of our lives.How do we move past cultural ties as we follow the Lord? How do I recognize when these cultural perspectives are out of alignment with the Lord? Join us this week as we discuss it!
This week we’re beginning a new series focused on racism. Racism is a sin. As we look at the cultural context we find ourselves in, it isn’t difficult to see that this is an issue that impacts everyone. So what should the Church do about it?We begin our series by looking at what racism is and where it comes from; join us as we explore this vitally important topic.
We are concluding our conversation on repentance by taking a deeper look at how it relates to the humility that is displayed in the lives of Daniel and Paul. In this episode, we focus in on Daniel 9 where we realize that only the Lord is right and our action of humble repentance to things that are out of alignment with Him truly is the right response we need to have.Thank you for joining us as we have gone on this journey of conversation about repentance.
This week we are continuing to look at Repentance by addressing the Root of Repentance. How do we know whether or not we’re walking in repentance or just behavior modification? We are working through the book of Job to understand how we ought to posture our hearts to sow a solid foundation of repentance; join us as we discuss this important topic!
This week we are continuing to look at Repentance by addressing the topics of Sin and Mercy. To really understand how to walk Repentance out we must become familiar with these concepts. Repentance changes lives and leads to true healing and faithfulness; join us as we discuss this important topic!
This week we take a look at the life of David to understand what Repentance is. Many within the church would equate Repentance to Forgiveness, but this isn’t the case. Join us as we continue to look at how Repentance actually changes our lives!