The Bible tells us that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made”. That means our physical selves are important to God! Pastor and theologian Sam Allberry delves into Scripture for a sound theology of the body. He reminds us that what we do and what we think about our bodies matters to God who created us, knows us, and cares for us!. From eating disorders to the transgender debate to transhumanism, don’t miss this crucial conversation!
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Sam Allberry speaks around the world as a preacher and an apologist, and is part of the leadership team at Immanuel Nashville. He is the author of 7 Myths about Singleness and Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?
In his spare time, Sam enjoys hiking, American history, and slowly perfecting his recipe for Thai green curry.
Chris Brooks is the Senior Pastor of Woodside Bible Church, a multisite congregation across the metro-Detroit area. Chris served for 20 years as the Senior Pastor of Evangel Ministries, a thriving 1600-member church in the heart of Detroit. He also served as the campus dean of Moody Theological Seminary in Plymouth, Michigan. A popular Detroit radio host since 2005, Chris is the author of Kingdom Dreaming and Urban Apologetics. He graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Finance, completed his MA in Christian Apologetics at Biola University, and graduated from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He is currently pursuing a DMin degree at Asbury Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Yodit, are the proud parents of 6 children, Christopher, Zewditu, Cameron, Judah, Sophia, and Christyana.
Equipped with Chris Brooks encourages listeners to live to grow spiritually, think Biblically, and live compassionately in a world that desperately needs our Savior. Chris examines all of life through the lens of a Biblical Worldview, equipping believers to live, share and defend their faith in today's rapidly changing culture.