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Church Is A Place For Learning To Be Human

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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The things we do shape what we believe much more than the things we say. As Jesus often taught, actions are the arena where our true beliefs are revealed. So, if we hope to teach theological truth in our church contexts, we have to do it with practical actions as much as with words and ideas. This webinar was Part 1 of 3 in our Theology over Lunch webinar series.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What the church is for
  • How to have discernment about the importance of cultural relevancy 
  • What we can learn from the church of Acts for today

“The church is the place where the Triune God calls people together…” —Caleb Maskell

Watch the Recording
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Listen to the Audio 

Timeline:

4:59 What is the Church for?
22:05 How are Christians supposed to be different?
33:59 Learning to abide in the discernment process
37:42 Where God is leading your community

““Jesus is saying ‘abiding in his word’ is a process” —Caleb Maskell

 Resources

Protestants decline from ABC News
Engaging a Culture: Finding God’s Vision For Your City by Jay Pathak
“The Patient Ferment of the Early Church” by Alan Kreider
Am I Called To Be A Church Planter? 10 Questions
SVS Conference

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