Episode Restoring the Justice System: Archived from the original on 6 November If we focus on understanding God's purposes and where we can join His work in the world, the results will be very different from self-focused individualism. Jordan Raynor Listen in as Jordan Raynor provides a framework for how to embrace entrepreneurship and creativity as a means of glorifying God, loving others, and making disciples of Jesus Christ. In addition, individual Christians identifying as gay who want to subscribe to the conservative ethic are becoming more vocal themselves.
But Christians are left wondering how to navigate the terrain of being salt and light in a twenty-first century world.
A biblical perspective on being Christian and gay
After the death of their son, they journeyed into the depths of the persecuted church around the world asking the question - Is Jesus Worth It? Congregations, faith-based businesses, and charities lift people up in times of need in ways that few other institutions or government programs can. This film tears the veil of confusion over the church's current identity crisis and enables it to invite the rest of the world to the banquet God is throwing all of us. She reflects on why beauty and design matter, and why it is so important to use design to foster relationships. How can we work toward racial reconciliation in America? His research shows that those LGBT Christians who stay at homophobic churches "kill the messenger"  by attacking the minister's knowledge about homosexuality, personal morality, focus on sin instead of forgiveness, and motivations for preaching against homosexuality. Episode Patient Pluralism:
Episode Post-Truth Trends: In this episode, we get the chance to listen to a compelling talk by Shauna Niequest as she explores her mother's journey into calling. This section needs expansion. Yet faith is the motivation for many of the critical social services and programs that benefit the most vulnerable populations. There is also a movement of people who consider themselves "gay Evangelicals". However, his overall message is still harmful: Like other ancient writers, Paul described same-sex behavior as the result of excessive sexual desire on the part of people who could be content with opposite-sex relationships.