How has our culture’s view of personhood affected how we view our life of faith? Do we see our lives as a project to be worked on every day? Is our life primarily our responsibility with God’s help? Join in a fascinating discussion with author Alan Noble as we jump into the anthropology of our day. We discuss the “I am my own” mentality and how that falls short of the gospel narrative that acknowledges the new reality that is our only comfort in life and in death.
What is the best way to share the gospel in our increasingly divided culture? Pastor Brian Bill takes us to Acts 17 to show us from the example of Paul, that bridges are more effective than barriers in reaching the lost. Don’t miss this encouragement and challenge to not give up on those loved ones that are far from Christ, but to search for connecting points from which you can share the good news that is for all people!
Brian Bill is the senior pastor at Edgewood Baptist Church in Rock Island, Illinois. He attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he was led to the Lord through the influence of his college roommate. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Brian serves on the Executive Board of Directors for Keep Believing Ministries, is a Pro Contributor to SermonCentral.com, is an author of two tracts (Soul Satisfaction and The Only Way), is a contributor to the Preacher’s Sourcebook, a columnist for Believe.com, writes an “Ask a Pastor” feature for Believe.com and serves as the chaplain for the Quad Cities Missing Persons Network. He also hosts a weekly radio program called, “On Mission” that airs on WDLM on Sundays at 11:00 am and 7:30 pm.