A 9-post blog series to help Christians develop a meaningful and winsome witness as our culture rapidly changes.
You likely have seen them. Hurtful, spiteful, fear-filled articles, blog posts, and social media quips in response to changes in our culture that are generated and published on a whim. When these come from non-Christians, they can be difficult to read. But when they come from fellow Christians, they leave us with a definite sense of, "Can't we respond better than this?"
In response to the changing culture we find ourselves navigating, today we are launching a new series on our Evangelvision blog called Finding Our Gospel Voice in a Changing Culture. As we look around and see culture shifting quite rapidly, Christians find it difficult to hold to gospel values while also maintaining our witness with authenticity, integrity, and winsomeness.
Now, more than ever, it is imperative we take a step back to look at our foundation and how to build on that as we bear Christ’s name in a changing world.
This 9-post series is intended to provide a good starting point and reflection questions for Christians as we navigate a changing culture. Topics include:
- York Moore on Etching Our Love in Digital Stone: How Our Online Witness Impacts Our World
- Laurie Nichols on Believing “The Other” to Be Beautiful: How to Shatter the “Unlovable” Label in Our Witness
- JR Rozko on How the Imago Dei Can Transform Our Witness
- Evi Rodemann on Overcoming Fear: Why Fear of ‘The Other’ Overtakes Us and Why It Shouldn’t
- Beth Seversen on Embracing Humility: Why Our Gospel Witness Needs to Be Gracious and Kind
- Dave Short on Following the Holy Spirit: When We Know We Aren't Alone
- Dave Souther on Grappling with Truth: Because Being Immersed in God's Word Is the Best Place to Be
- Byron Spradlin on Embodying Grace: How Love Can Change Our Gospel Witness
- Ed Stetzer on Recalling Goodness: Why God on the Throne Changes Everything
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We pray you are encouraged by these posts and that you find them to be helping as you engage our fast-changing culture for Jesus Christ.