Question to discuss:
What makes the United States of America unique? How can we reemphasize the importance of our nation’s history and return to the principles that we’ve strayed from?
Roundtable: Christians Just Wanna Have Fun
Whether it’s bachelor or bachelorette parties, wedding receptions, birthday bashes, or just a Saturday-night hangout, Christians like to celebrate as much as anyone. But how we do it may look (or need to look) different from our non-Christian counterparts. Is it possible to have fun without all the excess and unwise behavior? Sure it is. You just need to get a bit creative. Our discussion this week centers around getting in the party spirit for some good, clean fun.
Culture: What’s Great About the U.S.A.
It may sound arrogant to say, but the United States is a pretty great place. Not that other countries aren’t great, too, but America has a unique heritage, history and founding principles that have made it what it is today. Is there anything to learn from the systems and values our Founding Fathers put in place? And have we strayed from the ideals, heroes and hunger that characterized our infancy? Eric Metaxas shares ideas from his book “If You Can Keep It” and makes the case for returning to the roots that bought America its freedom.
Inbox: Secret Keeper
She’s been keeping a secret from her fiancé, and the guilt is crushing her. She knows she should tell him, but is afraid he may get angry, or worse, walk away for good. Can she trust him with the truth and potential consequences? Dr. Greg Smalley offers advice.
Music: Stu Garrard