Our culture has become increasingly opposed to black-and-white ideas, particularly in the area of theology. To hold firm convictions as a Christian is often difficult.
Learn more about the controversial Doctrine of the Holy Spirit and the ways some academic approaches challenge our beliefs in Episode 11 of Why We Believe What We Believe.
Justification is not “just as if I’d” never sinned. It’s much more than that. Justification is the work of Jesus Christ to declare you righteous. Let’s learn together in episode 10 of Why We Believe What We Believe.
If you could do it all over again, what would you do more of? Less of? What’s a life lesson you’re desperate to pass on? Join Michael in studio with Jon Gauger as he discuss his book, “If You Could Do It All Over Again…” and shares the insight and advice he gathered from dozens of Christian leaders.
How do we practically fight the attitude of comparison in the age of social media where we constantly compare our reality with others’ highlight reels? Join Michael in studio with Rachel Cruze, author of “Love Your Life, Not Theirs” and Dave Ramsey Personality.
Do you get angry because your kids are never satisfied or lack gratitude? Do they have a sense of entitlement or you hear them say, “That’s not fair!” Did you just answer, yes? You might be a “Snowplow Partent”. Come listen to author Kay Wyma share about Comparison and Entitlement.
Despite good intentions, many people in today’s culture foster a sense of entitlement in their children through comparison. Comparison, according to author Kay Wyma, was the tool used in the fall. The narcissism from which entitlement stems, Wyma says, can be cured by learning to look at those around us, rather than what they have.
Learn more about the dangers of a self-centered society, and join our conversation.