We're excited to be talking with pastor and author Tony Merida this week on the issue of how we, as Christians, can do justice in the ordinary things of life. Often we can think (and I'm guilty of this) that justice and mercy ministries take away from "gospel," but Tony quickly diminishes that idea by explaining that the gospel is what empowers us to do justice.
About Isaac DagneauIsaac Dagneau is one of the indoubt hosts. He also serves as the Lead Pastor at North Valley Baptist Church in Mission, BC.
When it comes to science, philosophy, and reason, does it make sense to believe in Christianity? Well, yes. Justin Brierley joins us on the show this week to talk about his new book Unbelievable? Why After Ten Years of Talking With Atheists I'm Still a Christian.
God knows all things. The fancy word for this is "omniscience." It's one of God's incommunicable attributes, and it's the attribute of God we discuss in more depth during this conversation. Author and speaker Jen Wilkin joins us to talk about her book None Like Him, specifically looking at God's all-knowingness.
One of the things I’m noticing as I grow older is a greater interest in how I behave and act as a Christian in regards to a specific area in life – yet, areas that
[fsn_row][fsn_column width="12"][fsn_text] There are very few people that don’t enjoy watching movies/TV shows. It’s become such a normal and regular part of our lives. Throwing up Netflix on a Tuesday evening before you go to
The church is uncomfortable. Especially having been seasoned since birth in our consumeristic culture, the church community can feel extremely weird and odd. Why? Because to do church well means to look not at
It’s safe to say that one of the major reasons for the general lack of zeal and fervency among evangelical Christians today is because of, the lack of spiritual disciples in our lives. What
I Feel Stupid. I become easily intrigued and fascinated when it comes to apologetic arguments. Whenever I listen to or watch apologists, I often think, “Wow! I definitely didn’t know that!” For the Christian, apologetics
There are hundreds and hundreds of worldviews out there (a worldview being how one “sees” the world). You could even say that there are as many worldviews as there are people, since every person
The New Challenge (and Spiritual Climate) There’s a new challenge among reaching Canadian young adults for the gospel today. I want to share with you what I think that challenge is and how we can