Living in a Messed Up World
You might think that we have more intense issues in our world than ever before, but much of the New Testament was written to encourage believers living in similar volatile times. Like us, early believers had to navigate complex social issues while attempting to love their neighbors with varied values and beliefs. So how do we use our voice and still love well…simultaneously? Pete Briscoe answers that question by pointing us to Paul as the perfect example of one who speaks with tender boldness. Pete reminds us that our goal is not to win arguments, but to win people. And to do that, we must avoid falling into the trap of our Christian beliefs being pitted against culture in the public sphere of debate. This series will help you find your voice and confidence to speak with tender boldness in an increasingly messed up world.