Being a Christian isn’t easy. You may feel alone in your faith, or maybe you’re ridiculed at work or by your family and friends. Just bucking the culture and living according to God’s Word can be tough, too. But it’s actually a great time in history to be a Christian, especially in America. God is at work, and we get to be a part of it. Listen in as our panel talks about the opportunities and privileges Christians have as we live out our moment in time.
Guests: Darlene Zschech,
Ever want to experience more out of worship? Or maybe you’ve wondered what worship, whether public or private, actually accomplishes? Darlene Zschech, former worship leader of Hillsong Church and pioneer of the worship movement, has much to say about the power and place of worship in our relationship with God and the church. And it’s not like worship (or life) has been especially easily for her. Drawing from her book Worship Changes Everything, let Darlene give you courage to worship God with renewed power and vision.
As a guy with Asperger syndrome, our listener finds it hard to relate to others, especially women. In fact, he’s been told that his interactions with them are awkward and off-putting. He’s trying hard to improve his social skills, but is he missing something? Counselor M.T. Wilson offers advice.