Have you ever heard someone say: "It's fine to be a Christian if Christianity makes you happy. But there's no evidence at all to believe that Christianity is objectively true"? How do we respond to that kind of statement?
If you had two minutes to provide a rational defense of Christianity, what would you say? This is part one of a four-part series of essays attempting to answer that question.
At the Gospel and Work Conference recently hosted at The Summit Church, Pastor J.D. Greear conveyed these practical steps for influencing your workplace for Christ.
Here we present vol. 2 of the Sent series in Acts. Volume 1, which you can link to here, covers chapters 1-8 in 9 weeks. Volume 2 covers chapters 9-28 in 9 weeks.
The Gospel at Work: A Gospel-Shaped Workplace: Three Questions to Shape Any Vocation In Light of the Gospel
Bruce Ashford The gospel matters for absolutely everything we do in life—so how do we shape our vocation according to...
Al Mohler This short-form presentation covers Isaiah 44 and what it can tell us about what to expect from the...
J.D. Greear Most Christian businesspeople are bored in church—and in life. How can your calling at work be reconciled with...
Greg Gilbert How do we use our talents and our resources wisely? How do we turn our energy at work...
Panel Discussion Women in various seasons of life discuss how they juggle home, work and ministry. They also discuss how...
Gary Vet Learn how to effect your marketplace through servant leadership and have kingdom influence at your workplace through effective...
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