Critical Conversations

As a nation, we are becoming more secularized and more divided as everyone seems to be debating everything. In the meantime church attendance across the country has dropped by 28%  even with offering online services.  One in five churched adults (22%) has abandoned attending church all together. 

How do we speak to others so that the only thing offensive about us is the cross, not our attitude or conduct towards them? What is the best way to engage in these conversations when the typical view of Christianity is that we are boring, naïve, and irrelevant?  How do we engage the culture while being true to the gospel?

“Critical Conversations” is a series of messages dealing with some of the crucial issues we are facing today from a gospel perspective.  The truth is that all of us are facing these issues in school, at work, and even in our families. As ministers of reconciliation, how do we offer the hope and message of the gospel while we seek, not to win an argument, but people to faith in Christ?

Join us as we face issues like Racial justice, Gender identity, Climate Change, Cancel culture, and more as we “rightly handle the word of truth.”

Racial injustice is literally a hot topic today, yet, I believe this is the best time in our nation’s history to address it in a way that brings justice for all. Join us this Sunday to see how God would have us to not only have critical conversations on this topic but be part of His solution in “Racial Justice."

There are so many critical issues today with such strong and divided opinions: social justice, climate change, gender identity, science and the Bible, political divisions, etc. How do you respond as a believer in Christ? How do we, as a church, “become all things to all people so that we may by all means save some?”

There are so many critical issues today with such strong and divided opinions: social justice, climate change, gender identity, science and the Bible, political divisions, etc. How do you respond as a believer in Christ? How do we, as a church, “become all things to all people so that we may by all means save some?”