On In The Market with Janet Parshall we put the spotlight on the ongoing persecution of Christians in China. Some valuable guidance for parents regarding streaming services was provided. The wisdom of Psalm 23 became the template for preventing poor choices and the personal attacks from the Enemy. For years Christians have been encouraged to dismiss the body and focus only on the spirit. But we showed you a solid, biblical understanding of the value of the body that God gave us and how to incorporate its role into our theology and lives. We helped you understand the 4 seasons of healthy relationships. Now it is time to hear what you have to say about the big news stories of week.
The dangers of tele-health abortions and the “Fairness For All” act started out another powerful week On In The Market with Janet Parshall. We heard one woman’s moving story of God’s rescuing hand from a life of sexual trafficking. What does it mean to be a leader? Our guest took us back to the revolutionary war to highlight the leadership qualities of the men and women essential to founding our nation. We provided practical guidance for college students who are determined to stand up for their faith in the often hostile environment of the university. Once again Janet and Craig anchor us to God’s truth as they put a magnifying glass to news of the week.
As Christians, we expect to have our faith questioned by nonbelievers. In fact, those moments are usually great opportunities for witnessing. But what happens when the most contentious questions and defiant perspectives are coming from within the church? In our Truth Tool, Alisa Childers shares from personal experience what to do when the worst attacks on your faith seem to be coming from the Bible teachers you once trusted. Read Another Gospel?: A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity.
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The Bible tells us to "rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances". Having an attitude of gratitude sometimes requires our being intentional - focusing in on what God has done for us, rather than only looking at our circumstances. What are you rejoicing about today? What are you thankful for today? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.