Ask Me Anything//Episode 55
Pastor J.D. discusses whether our attitude toward the United States should be one of pride or of shame.
Pastor J.D. talks about how social media shapes us—whether we like it or not—and how we can participate in it in healthy ways.
Pastor J.D. addresses some common misconceptions about male leadership and explains the Bible’s plan for it in relationships, the home, and life.
Pastor J.D. would obviously have lunch with Nicolas Cage, but who are the others? They just might surprise you.
Pastor J.D. shares that the Christian Sabbath is much more than a day off to do what we want to do. Rather, the Sabbath is a principle for all of life as we put God first.
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Pastor J.D. explains that while hell is a difficult reality, it is something that the Bible teaches, and we can’t fully understand God and his world unless we grapple with it.
Pastor J.D. continues the discussion from Episode 19 and specifically talks about how Christians should respond to a police shooting.
Pastor J.D. discusses the origins of privilege, its influence in society, and the responsibility Christians have in the issue. A glimpse inside this episode: This term…
Pastor J.D. shares why Christianity that is not built on “it is written” is insufficient for both personal faith and sparking a worldwide resurgence of the Christian movement.
Pastor J.D. talks about creating a sending culture in the church by sending as many people as possible on short-term mission trips to open eyes to missional culture and principles.
Pastor J.D. gives parents some helpful guidelines for navigating conversations about sexual identity with their kids.