Living as a disciple of jesus during culturally difficult times

Good Wednesday everybody! Keith, Les and me continued discussing discipleship on this episode of Theology in the Dirt, but we went completely off script and discussed a myriad of things regarding how we as followers of Jesus need to think and act and feel.

The truth is that you may find some of this hard listening. You will find we are unscripted. You will find that we likely don’t agree on every nuance. You will find that we are brothers on mission in covenant together bound in love. You won’t find any easy answers. You will find we are wrestling with it all. You will find we are not deaf to our world which is why we wanted to talk about current events and how we think and act in the middle of it all. We hope it will be some good goading to help us all continue to have God’s eyes, God’s thoughts, God’s feelings and God’s actions.

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What Is Love? Theology in the Dirt

This week's episode is simple in theory, but love is never just that simple. So we discuss what love is and what it isn't and look at it from a theological perspective as outlined in Scripture. Hope you enjoy. Don't forget to leave a rating for us if you don't mind. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
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