SUNDAY SUMMER NIGHT SERIES: CULTURE SHOCK
The intellectual challenges and moral confusion of our culture are multiplying rapidly. The church needs to provide clarity and understanding by way of solid biblical principles to respond reasonably in the midst of chaos. We have experts and authors who have lectured nationally and written extensively on the issues of Race, Religious Liberty, Social Justice, and Transgender. Kindred Church has structured this series to equip Christians to bring truth with relevance to their own sphere of influence.
VIEW OUR SPEAKERS:
Jason Jimenez is the founder of Stand Strong Ministries. He is a pastor, apologist, and national speaker. Jason is a worldview expert that specializes in cultural, philosophical, theological, and religious issues and speaks on popular topics such as religious freedom, ISIS, Islam, same-sex marriage and America’s Christian heritage. He has authored several books including The Raging War of Ideas: How to Take Back Our Faith, Family, and Country and has co-authored several works with Dr. Norman Geisler and Dr. Alex McFarland.
Philip De Courcy studied at the Irish Baptist College in Belfast and advanced his education earning an M.Div from Masters Seminary. He is the senior pastor of Kindred Community Church, and speaker on the national radio program, Know the Truth. He addresses today’s cultural challenges with boldness, clarity, and conviction based upon truths of the Bible.
Owen Strachan is Director of the Center for Public Theology and Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is Senior Fellow of the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood and was formerly President of CBMW. Dr. Strachan is a contributing writer for The Gospel Coalition and has published many books including The Grand Design: Male and Female He Made Them and Risky Gospel: Abandon Fear and Build Something Awesome.
DIFFICULT QUESTIONS EVERY BELIEVER FACES:
What is the cause of increased racial tension in the church today?
How can the Christian stand strong for religious freedom in America?
What role should the church play in social issues?
How should the Christian navigate the ever-changing definitions of sexuality and gender in our culture?