Ian and I continue our conversation about how the church can reach out to the broader culture as salt and light. We also began discussing what it means to have a Kingdom vision. Each one of us has a personal mission field as well as a calling from God and gifts to go along with it. How we understand our Kingdom vision will help us put our calling and gifts into practice to reach those who make up our personal mission field.
If you would like to think more thoroughly about your personal mission field, please click here for the resource that will help you in that pursuit. And, if you would like to talk more about this, please don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com. We can set up a meeting to help you move forward.
Church and Culture. That's the topic on this episode of Walking Points. Should Christians run from culture, actively oppose it, compromise with it, or transform it? What's God calling the Church to do in the midst of the culture in which she finds herself? Ian and I wrestle with those questions in this week's episode. Join us for the discussion. As always, if you have any comments, please share them below.
By the way, here's the book and author I was trying to think of when I experienced "brain-freeze" in the middle of this week's episode. Culture Making by Andy Crouch
T.M. Moore's website and ministry is The Fellowship of Ailbe. It's a fantastic site with lots of great resources.
This week on Walking Points, Ian and I discuss what it means for Christians to be the light of the world. I also turned the tables on Ian and got him to share a little about Amplify and the "good works" that help point folks to Christ.
What does it mean for a Christian to be an influence in the world today? How can we effectively serve Christ and others by living as the salt and light he declared we already are? Those are two of the questions Ian and I try to tackle this week.
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