What we're about

Are you a Christian in the Lincoln Park area or close by? Let's get together for fellowship, prayer, and bible study. The goal is to help one another grow closer to Christ and provide an outlet for fellowship. We are currently going through the book of Galatians. Our study for August 30th will be on Galatians 6:1-10.

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Religion and Politics

Online event

You've probably experienced heated discussions and hostile posts on Facebook and other social media sites related to politics. Some people tune out and continue to post photos of their kids. Others continue to post one-sided comments and news links that support their political views. Most Christians have never learned from their church and from their pastors how to discuss these very important topics, so the conversations can be full of animosity and misunderstandings. But if we are more informed and more knowledgeable about what Scripture says on these topics, wouldn't we have more grace-filled and Scripture-driven discussions on politics? Instead of staying away from these discussions, we need to engage and discuss them, because religion and politics impact every aspect of our lives here on earth. The two most explosive topics that people warn you not to talk about. Yeah, we'll be talking about both of them combined. The first topic (starting on January 27) is on "Common Grace and the Role of Government." How should Christians think about politics? What should Christians think about when they vote? What is the role of the government from the Christian's point of view? Is there such a thing as a political party for Christians? Grab your popcorn, folks. And get a warm cup of coffee. Let's have a fun and cordial discussion on Religion and Politics. We plan on keeping it to a maximum of one hour, every two weeks, because we want to respect everyone's busy schedules. We use Google Meet. https://meet.google.com/ggd-ayjq-ade If you would like a copy of the handout beforehand, please email me at [masked]

Religion and Politics

Online event

You've probably experienced heated discussions and hostile posts on Facebook and other social media sites related to politics. Some people tune out and continue to post photos of their kids. Others continue to post one-sided comments and news links that support their political views. Most Christians have never learned from their church and from their pastors how to discuss these very important topics, so the conversations can be full of animosity and misunderstandings. But if we are more informed and more knowledgeable about what Scripture says on these topics, wouldn't we have more grace-filled and Scripture-driven discussions on politics? Instead of staying away from these discussions, we need to engage and discuss them, because religion and politics impact every aspect of our lives here on earth. The two most explosive topics that people warn you not to talk about. Yeah, we'll be talking about both of them combined. The first topic (starting on January 27) is on "Common Grace and the Role of Government." How should Christians think about politics? What should Christians think about when they vote? What is the role of the government from the Christian's point of view? Is there such a thing as a political party for Christians? Grab your popcorn, folks. And get a warm cup of coffee. Let's have a fun and cordial discussion on Religion and Politics. We plan on keeping it to a maximum of one hour, every two weeks, because we want to respect everyone's busy schedules. We use Google Meet. https://meet.google.com/ggd-ayjq-ade If you would like a copy of the handout beforehand, please email me at [masked]

Religion and Politics

Online event

You've probably experienced heated discussions and hostile posts on Facebook and other social media sites related to politics. Some people tune out and continue to post photos of their kids. Others continue to post one-sided comments and news links that support their political views. Most Christians have never learned from their church and from their pastors how to discuss these very important topics, so the conversations can be full of animosity and misunderstandings. But if we are more informed and more knowledgeable about what Scripture says on these topics, wouldn't we have more grace-filled and Scripture-driven discussions on politics? Instead of staying away from these discussions, we need to engage and discuss them, because religion and politics impact every aspect of our lives here on earth. The two most explosive topics that people warn you not to talk about. Yeah, we'll be talking about both of them combined. The first topic (starting on January 27) is on "Common Grace and the Role of Government." How should Christians think about politics? What should Christians think about when they vote? What is the role of the government from the Christian's point of view? Is there such a thing as a political party for Christians? Grab your popcorn, folks. And get a warm cup of coffee. Let's have a fun and cordial discussion on Religion and Politics. We plan on keeping it to a maximum of one hour, every two weeks, because we want to respect everyone's busy schedules. We use Google Meet. https://meet.google.com/ggd-ayjq-ade If you would like a copy of the handout beforehand, please email me at [masked]

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