Is God dying? That’s what some people think and want. They say Christian beliefs and our way of life aren’t relevant anymore. But what critics and even many churchgoers don’t realize is the life-changing importance of Christianity. Offering an inspiring look at the positive influence of Christianity, both historically and today, our guest today will explore how the plights of women and children were forever changed by Jesus and how believers today are extending God’s kingdom through charities and social justice. We will discuss the influences that Christianity has had on society.
Extramarital affairs are certainly not the social taboo that they once were, and may be more prevalent now than ever. Unfortunately, Christians are not exempt. With the anonymity of the Internet and the privacy of personal mobile phones, the temptation to cheat on one's spouse has fertile ground to grow. After straying to the other side of this marital fence - and returning to find forgiveness and restoration - our guest will share what predicts and prevents an extramarital affair. Learn how to fight for your marriage.
Jeremiah J. Johnston, PhD, MA, MDiv, BA is the President of the Christian Thinkers Society. He is is a New Testament scholar, pastor, author, nationally syndicated radio host, Bible teacher, and apologist, and he ministers internationally as president of Christian Thinkers Society. Jeremiah loves the local church and also serves as pastor of apologetics and cultural engagement at Prestonwood Baptist Church and dean of spiritual development at Prestonwood Christian Academy. Jeremiah’s passion is working with churches and pastors in equipping Christians to give intellectually informed reasons for what they believe. Driven by the Great Commandment, Jeremiah’s calling and the mission of Christian Thinkers Society is to equip Christians to love God with all their hearts and minds. As a New Testament scholar, Johnston has published with Oxford University Press, E. J. Brill, Bloomsbury T & T Clark, Macmillan, and Mohr Siebeck. He completed his doctoral residency in Oxford in collaboration with Oxford Centre for Missions Studies and received his PhD from Middlesex University (UK). He has also earned advanced degrees in theology from Acadia University and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Nancy C. Anderson is an award-winning writer who is the author of Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome and a contributing writer to thirty other books, including six Chicken Soup for the Soul titles. Nancy has been featured in national media such as The Huffington Post, The 700 Club, WORLD Magazine, Our Daily Bread and FamilyLife Today.