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Aliens and Sojourners: Re-thinking Christian Political Identity and Loyalty (Session 22, Just Gospel 2019)
Thabiti Anyabwile (Anacostia River Church) moderates a discussion with Dr. Jonathan Leeman (9Marks Ministries) and Dr. Vincent Bacote (Wheaton College) about Christian identity and how it informs our political awareness … Continue reading
Pastor John Onwuchekwa of Cornerstone Church (Atlanta, GA) offers the morning exposition focused on Joseph’s forgiveness of his brothers in . ERROR: The IP key is no longer supported. Please … Continue reading
Kristie Anyabwile and Jamie Love lead a discussion with R. Christina Edmondson, Ekemini Uwan, and Judy Wu Dominick.
Drs. Mika and Christena Edmondson discuss some of the needs and opportunities when it comes to shepherding women in an age of increased awareness of abuse and neglect in churches.
Thabiti Anyabwile (Anacostia River Church) leads a panel featuring Bobby Scott (Community of Faith Bible Church), Judy Wu Dominick (Life Reconsidered), and Jamie and Louis Love (New Life Fellowship) on … Continue reading
Pastor Louis Love (New Life Fellowship) responds to Bobby Scott’s sketch of complementarianism with comments on distinguishing cultural applications from biblical requirements.
Assistant Pastor Isaac Adams (Capitol Hill Baptist Church) presses home the necessity and centrality of prayer in fighting the strongholds that prevent deeper reconciliation in Christ.
Using two events in the life of the apostle Paul, Dr. Christena Edmondson addresses the issue of polarization, what it is and how it drives people farther apart.