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What in the world is God doing? We are living in an unfolding story, and it's hard to hold on when difficult circumstances linger, or your deepest prayer hangs in the air, seemingly unanswered. Thankfully the Bible is filled with people who experienced the same thing. They had to learn to trust God's way and timing--and their stories give us insights to live that way too. Mining often-overlooked passages of Scripture, our guest has unearthed many practical, encouraging gems of wisdom found in the faith and lives of biblical heroes to help you see more of God's work as it unfolds in your life and have hope in circumstances that previously felt hopeless.
Join us to learn how to be more comfortable--and possibly even excited—as you lean into the unknown.
The world has changed. And we feel it in our homes, schools, and congregations. We can hardly remember a time when we didn't feel the influence of that back pocket device. The average social media user spends about two-and-a-half hours a day using social media. That's more than enough time to shape our values and desires. Pastors, teachers, and parents feel their influence slipping away. We're seeing increased loneliness, disunity, and self-absorption. But where do we go from here? Our guest, and Internet expert, will examine the many ways we are being changed by social media.
No Reason to Hide
Standing for Christ in a Collapsing Culture
by Erwin W. Lutzer
It's no secret—our culture is one at war against biblical truth and those who believe in it. But the question is, will the church be complicit, complacent, or courageous? That's the topic addressed in Erwin Lutzer's newest book, No Reason to Hide—a Truth Tool designed to help believers take a stand for Christ in a collapsing culture.
As a Parshall Partner, you help Janet bring biblical truth into the marketplace of ideas and will also receive exclusive resources from Janet!
- A transcript of Janet's weekly commentary
- Weekly audio briefing by Janet called “Straight From the Heart”
- Private e-mails from Janet
An attitude of gratitude has proven physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. Studies have shown that gratitude is constantly associated with greater happiness. So, what are you thankful for right now? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
A) My health
B) My marriage/family
C) My job
D) My friends
E) My Church