Faith & Culture
As Christians, we have the privilege of applying our faith in the context of the challenging world we live in. But we often struggle with knowing how to do that. As Christians, we must be shaped by God’s Word as we seek to fulfill the Great Commission in the context of a lost world. We are excited to announce that over the next year, we will be offering four Faith & Culture events that will help equip you to be lights in an ever-confusing culture.
Faith & Culture: Reflecting Christ in a Polarized Culture
February 19 | 5:00 p.m. | Fellowship Hall
How do we maintain unity in the church and reflect Christ to the world as political polarization continues to increase around us? In a world where people are full of contempt for those with whom they disagree, we will consider how we can live as disciples of Christ with wisdom, humility, and love.
Please join us to hear from Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary, on this important topic Sunday, February 19 at 5:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall.
Faith & Culture: Living Faithfully with Digital Technology
In a culture increasingly influenced by digital technologies, we want to be wise in our use of these good tools and aware of their impact on our spiritual lives. Dr. Alan Noble will join us to discuss this important topic, as he focuses on the deeper longings beneath our use of digital technology and points to their fulfillment in our identity in Christ.
Faith & Culture: Discovering How Science Points to God
Our culture tells us that scientific evidence and faith in God are at odds, and this assumption can often cause doubt in our own hearts or anxiety over sharing our faith with others. During this special evening lecture, philosopher of science Dr. Stephen Meyer will encourage us with a series of revolutionary scientific discoveries in astronomy, physics, and biology that point to the reality of God.
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