Jeff was interviewed by a national TV program that put him in a negative light; Alice has a family member living a life opposite of her Christian beliefs; and Paul’s entire job is to help Focus on the Family winsomely stand for truth in the public eye, including in the secular media. How do we live our faith before those who overtly disrespect us or disagree with us? Our panel discusses living our faith out loud while loving our enemies.
Guests: Chip Ingram,
He grew up in a home where he was taught absolute truth, but as a young 20-something he started wondering if there was some validity to existentialism. Now a pastor, Chip Ingram helps Christians apply the truth of Jesus Christ in a world where feelings rule. Chip talks with Lisa about divisive issues like sex, politics and homosexuality, and shows us how to apply the Bible’s wisdom to discern what is really true about issues that don’t always seem black and white.
Guests: Joshua Rogers,
He’s 29, has a good job, serves at church, and lives on his own. But he keeps getting rejected — and rejected, and rejected — by women he asks on a date. He can’t figure out what’s going on, and neither can the people in his life whom he’s asked for feedback. What’s going on? How can he end this cycle? The ever-frank Joshua Rogers gives this poor guy some help and encouragement.