Which kingdom are you a part of? Using the account of our father of faith, Abraham, Brother Ken Miller compares the two kingdoms and asks us to seriously consider to what lengths we will go to be a citizen of the city of God. Further, he points to Jesus’ solution to lust, and provides a call to overcome the technological structures of our time.
How does the world know that your citizenship is in God’s kingdom and why does it matter? Brother Finny Kuruvilla shows the marks of citizenship and exposes false kingdoms that threaten the allegiance of God’s people.
What do authentic relationships between women look like? In this women’s topic Linda Miller outlined characteristics that are important to have good relationships. We can look to Jesus to see how there will be different levels of relationship.
Are you developing a media ethic? Harry Argo challenges Christians to consider how technology and media in themselves are changing them. Are you an effective, cautious user, or a naive, oblivious digital addict?
Tsunamis strike with amazing power and speed on an unsuspecting, unprepared coast. Has the wave of new technology in recent years taken the church by surprise? Brother Gary Miller gives some historical perspectives and points out both the potential dangers and the blessings of accepting new technology. He then challenges the church to find higher ground and face these challenges collectively.
“Your youth is the best time for evangelism!” Brother Harry Argo challenges Christian youth to utilize the passion and energy they possess to seek for and grab a hold of any opportunities to minister to and disciple lost souls.
Kyle Stoltzfus, Gary Miller, Harry Argo, Chris Blake, and Kevin Shenk discuss their experiences with technology and media and share practical advice for how to safely utilize the blessing that tech and media can be, yet at the same time guard ourselves against its inherent evils.
Panel discussion moderated by Curt Wagoner.
Is the Church captive in Babylon? Brother Ken Miller reminds the Church of the call to come out and discusses how Christians can escape Babylon’s spell when they live in a society that looks like a description of it.