Should the church be involved in public policy? What does scripture say about our role in the nation, culture in which we live? Monday Dr. Mark Eckel has some thoughts on our call to be light and salt in our world and how Christians are called to engage in public places. Be listening for this charge to not shrink but to both stand and do good today.
In this world of social distancing, there are still plenty of opportunities to refresh others and be hospitable. New York Times bestselling author and speaker Karen Ehman says ideas can come from finding your old self, your spiritual resume, and taking inventory of the “necessary people.” You won’t want to miss this idea filled conversation that will inspire you to think outside the box as you invite others into your world.
Mark Eckel is President of The Comenius Institue, serving students and faculty on the campus of IUPUI. Mark teaches for various institutions and is Professor of Leadership, Education, and Discipleship for Capital Seminary. Fishers, Indiana is his home. For over 30 year Mark has served the Christian education community as a high school teacher, college professor, curriculum writer and international speaker.
Karen Ehman is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker with Proverbs 31 Ministries, and a writer for Encouragement for Today, and online devotional that reaches over four million women daily. She has authored 15 books and has been featured on numerous media outlets including FoxNews.com, TODAY Parenting, Redbook.com, Crosswalk.com, and HomeLife Magazine.