Join us as we discuss the age old and often debated issue of whether or not a Christian has to go to church. We will present some of the arguments that are often offered for why it is not necessary and respond to those assertions from the Word of God. Join us as we dig into what is behind the assertions of many and what God desires for all His people.
Homosexuality is an important topic in our world and even among Christians of different churches. It is often argued that homosexuality isn’t actually condemned in Scripture. In this episode of our debate series we are addressing homosexuality from the perspective of Christians who believe the Bible clearly speaks of homosexuality as a sin and those who do not. Join us for a valuable review of this important topic. The purpose of this series is to prepare Christians for the arguments that are made against Christian truths, and to give them knowledge to defend and proclaim the faith that has been entrusted to us. We hope you will enjoy and benefit from this series and from this topic.
Is there such a thing as absolute truth or is truth something that is relative and depends on our environment, culture and desire? How does the answer to this question relate to our lives everyday? What things are relative and what things are absolute and how can we tell the difference? In this episode of our debate series we are addressing the topic of truth. The purpose of this series is to prepare Christians for the arguments that are made against Christian truths, and to give them knowledge to defend and proclaim the faith that has been entrusted to us. We hope you will enjoy and benefit from this series and from this topic.
What is the Festival of Trinity and what does it focus on? Join Pastors Nathanael Mayhew and Rob Sauers as they dig into the beautiful Trinity hymn by Horatius Bonar “Glory be to God the Father”. This hymn not only highlights the doctrine of the Trinity, but also reviews the festival half of the church year which the festival of Trinity caps off. As with the Athanasian Creed we will look into the Trinity and the person and work of Jesus the King of kings!
If you have heard or seen discussions on the George Floyd protests, you’ll want to tune in to this CPR episode which brings a Biblical perspective to the events that are unfolding in Minneapolis and across our country. Pastors Mark Tiefel and Nathanael Mayhew discuss the topic of racism, protesting and the role of the government in light of these events. We will discuss the problem, as well as the solution to the tragedies of this life. We hope that you will join us!