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Ideas Have Consequences

Everything that we see around us is the product of ideas, of ideologies, of worldviews. That's where everything starts. Worldviews are not all the same, and the differences matter a lot. How do you judge a tree? By its fruits. How do you judge a worldview? By its physical, tangible, observable fruit. The things it produces. Ideas that are noble and true produce beauty, abundance, and human flourishing. Poisonous ideas produce ugliness. They destroy and dehumanize. It really is that simple. Welcome to Ideas Have Consequences, the podcast of Disciple Nations Alliance, where we prepare followers of Christ to better understand the true ideas that lead to human flourishing while fighting against poisonous ideas that destroy nations. Join us, and prepare your minds for action! 

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Introducing Ten Words to Heal Our Broken World with Scott Allen
Scott Allen explains the important timing of his forthcoming book, Ten Words To Heal Our Broken World: Restoring the Meaning of Our Most Important Words. He shares why words and their definitions are critical and how each of us can faithfully steward, preserve, and pass these God-given words and meanings to future generations. We pray God will use this book to stir revival in the Church and restoration of our culture. Words form our thoughts, thoughts lead to action, and our actions can change the world. God's definitions of these essential words create flourishing nations, while their hijacked redefinitions result in destruction.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!More details about the new book will be published later this year at disciplenations.org
41:17 7/18/24
Policy Won’t Change a Pro-Abortion Culture with Naomi Smith
In the fight to end abortion, changing policies is necessary, but it falls woefully short of solving the problem. Today, we have a culture that worships sex, and unless this changes, abortion will be an inevitable consequence of this lifestyle. To end abortion, we need to shift our target upstream to the root lies behind this worship, specifically to the lies surrounding what it means to be human and God’s design for the sexes and family. For the discussion, our friend Naomi Smith joins us in unpacking each of these lies. Ideas have consequences, and right now, our culture needs better ideas that will not lead to abortion.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!
73:47 7/10/24
Want More Enjoyment?
Do you want to experience enjoyment in this life? One of the keys is hidden in the first command given to us in Scripture in Genesis 1:28, “God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it.” Did you know fructus in Latin means both “fruit” and “enjoyment”? Tell us if we’re wrong, but it sounds like the key to enjoyment is found in obedience to this command: “be fruitful.” In fact, this theme of fruitfulness and productive activity runs throughout the entirety of the Bible. Fruitfulness is doing the good and producing benefit for the well-being of others while simultaneously giving us deep joy and fulfillment. To hear more, join Scott Allen, Dwight Vogt, and Luke Allen as they discuss this fascinating Latin revelation further. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!
68:26 7/3/24
A Game Plan for Post-Christian Cultures with Lennox Kalifungwa
How can we really build Christ-honoring cultures these days? How should our approach be different from past generations now that we live in a time when there is often a negative perception of believers? This week’s guest, Lennox Kalifungwa from Zambia, shares practical ways we can shape cultures that reflect the truth, goodness, and beauty of God’s Kingdom. We discuss an inside-out strategy, beginning with personal transformation that extends through our relationships and vocations. It’s essential that we see ourselves as builders rather than consumers of culture, being proactive rather than reactive to culture wars, and strategically choose which issues to engage in. Lennox helps us consider how we can influence more than our immediate circles and reminds us of the profound impact that biblical values can make through faithful generations. Lastly, we emphasize the power of joy, laughter, and even satire for believers living in sobering times. Join us as we aim to shape cultures that align with God's original design for humanity.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Learn more about DNA’s free online Kingdomizer Training Program: Truth and Transformation.Disciple Nations Alliance Website
96:54 6/26/24
Famed Anti-Christian Dawkins Now Celebrating Christian Culture
Recently, the famed atheist intellectual Richard Dawkins showed his cards when he called himself a cultural Christian. It’s fascinating to see someone as anti-Christian as Dawkins appreciating the culture that was built on Christian values. But can the culture he enjoys in the West actually be sustained within a secular and atheistic worldview? Further, for Christians who see the value of biblical principles and want to have an influence in society, will we rightly be considered, “Christian Nationalists?”View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Learn more about DNA’s free online Kingdomizer Training Program: Truth and Transformation.Disciple Nations Alliance Website
70:10 6/19/24
Application Discussion: The Consequences of Killing God
Following this week's discussion with author, writer, and speaker John Stonestreet, we wanted to leave you with some practical application steps you can take away from the episode. Join us for this post-show discussion as we try to get practical.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
28:48 6/13/24
The Consequences of Killing God with John Stonestreet
The foundation of our society has shifted beneath our feet. Where there was once a firm base rooted in the Bible, we now find our culture in a moral freefall. Special guest John Stonestreet from the Colson Center reveals how subtle shifts have radically eroded people’s ability to find truth, identity, justice, and meaning. Believers have a responsibility to shape society in such a way that people know truth and can find meaning and justice. Today, prominent voices like Richard Dawkins are waking up to recognize the role of Christianity in creating a society that supports human dignity and freedom. It’s time that believers learn the same and take action.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Learn more about DNA’s free online Kingdomizer Training Program: Truth and Transformation.Disciple Nations Alliance Website
58:08 6/12/24
Understanding the Times and Seasons by Darrow Miller
The men of Issachar are described in the Bible as having an understanding of their times and knowledge about what to do (1 Chronicles 12:32). This is no time to sit passively, expecting the Lord to accomplish His work apart from His people. Jesus is not only the Lamb of God; He is the Lion of Judah, the Victor, and the Dragon Slayer. We must not fear going into dark and hard places as His representatives. Ungodly cultures are breeding death and destruction, but we have a culture of life to share. Our times have shifted dramatically, and this important teaching from DNA’s co-founder, Darrow Miller, will help you think critically so that you can respond to the calling He has for you in these times.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
55:24 6/5/24
A Framework for a Life that Works with Katherine Gallagher
Many Christians uncritically blend secular thinking with a Christian worldview. They syncretize the dominant worldview of their friends, family, and community with bits and pieces of a biblical worldview. Today's guest shares that this fragmented thinking creates real challenges, because only one worldview actually works. There's only one God, and He alone sets the standard for right and wrong, good and evil, right? Assuming you answered yes, then wouldn't the worldview God offers be the only worldview that comports with His world? Join us as we seek to continually align our daily thoughts and actions with the truth of Scripture. Don't miss this enlightening discussion with our good friend Katherine Gallager from GoStrategic, author of Worldview: A Handbook for Biblical Thinking and Lifestyle. This episode is not just another discussion; it's a call to understand and act upon the profound consequences of our beliefs.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
58:07 5/29/24
Honey, We Shrunk the Gospel with Leanna Cinquanta
To their detriment, many ministries pivot between a message of salvation and a social gospel–neither capture the fullness of the Great Commission. Dr. Leanna Cinquanta, the dynamic founder of We Ignite Nations (WIN) passionately challenges Christians to shift their understanding from a shrunken gospel to the comprehensive gospel of the kingdom, which connects to every part of our lives. Hear inspiring boots-on-the-ground reports of God's work around the world, and learn practical ways to apply an unshrunk gospel in your community. Dr. Cinquanta, an author, speaker, and development worker, shares transformative stories and insights that will inspire you to see the Great Commission anew. Reignite your passion, learn how to disciple nations, and be inspired by real-world examples of faith in action that will help you make a deeper impact in your community and beyond.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
64:27 5/22/24
Revival+Reformation=Discipled Nations with Teo Hayashi
It seems there are more churches and Christians globally than ever before in history. Yet, society and culture seem to be crumbling around us. Where are these believers? Today's guest, Brazilian Pastor Teofilo Hayashi, argues that this lack of Christian impact is because we've seen souls stirred and saved, but not lives reformed. The Great Commission should affect the whole of societies and nations. How do we live this out? How do we move from revival to reformation? Practically, we need to start with the basics, bringing biblical principles back into the three most influential systems in a society: family, education, and local churches. This message is challenging, inspiring, and urgent. Join us as we get practical with Pastor Teo, exploring how each of us can start discipling the nations!View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
70:43 5/15/24
Cultivating Imagination and Deep Thinking Amid a Culture War with Samuel Felix
In today’s anti-Christian culture, how can churches, ministries, and all of us communicate effectively with people who would rather not listen to what we have to say? What strategies can we employ to help people engage the biblical worldview? Our featured guest, Samuel Felix, is a long-time friend and Kingdomizer who works professionally as a digital artist and communication specialist. Samuel has a unique gift for helping people to reflect deeply and understand complex ideas. His goal is to turn passive consumers into active thinkers who take their assumptions and worldviews seriously. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance WebsiteWatch Why Does Your Worldview Matter now!
79:47 5/8/24
Learning to Critique & Celebrate Foreign Cultures with George Oliveira
When we cross cultural borders to serve others, it is essential for us to learn when to celebrate cultural diversity and when to critique it. This can be tricky! We may instinctively seek to align everything to our cultural norms–but doing so can dangerously lead to the erasure of beautifully unique and diverse elements of foreign culture that bring glory to God. At the same time, there are things within every culture that should be rightly critiqued. Long-time DNA friend, Pastor George Oliveira shares lessons learned as a cross-cultural pastor. He emphasizes the importance of transcending cultural divides with Christian love. He gives us a vision to authentically connect with diverse communities while celebrating our shared humanity under the teachings of Jesus.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
64:58 5/1/24
Fighting Shadows with Jon Tyson
Today, as men, we need to do more than understand the largely lost concept of biblical masculinity. We need freedom. Most men are trapped by "shadows" or lies and have a difficult time expressing vulnerability, making us familiar with the grip of isolation and loneliness. This is not the life God intended. Today, we had the honor of sitting down with author and pastor Jon Tyson to hear about his upcoming book, Fighting Shadows: Overcoming 7 Lies that Keep Men from Becoming Fully Alive, which he co-authored with Jeff Bethke. This discussion will touch everyone as we shed light on these crucial lies, explore how they can be overcome, and joyfully do our best to present a better vision for masculinity that is oriented around our Lord and Savior. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
64:16 4/24/24
The Gospel Has No Significance for Society
Christian nationalism was recently denounced by John MacArthur as a faulty viewpoint. MacArthur indicates that things will get continually worse on Earth. Unfortunately, this view cultivates apathy and even discourages cultural influence. In contrast to this view, Christ teaches us to pray: “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” If things will only get worse, then what was the justification for the profoundly positive influence of Christian leaders like William Wilberforce? And why should we, as Christians, work to eradicate slavery, human trafficking, and abortion? While we have tremendous respect for John MacArthur, in this episode, we want to take issue with a few of his recent statements. Yes, we might lose down here, but we also might win occasionally. That’s not really for us to decide. In the words of J.R.R. Tolkien, “All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” Wherever God has placed you, whether in a family, school, political office, or bakery, you are called to faithfully represent Christ and His Kingdom in everything you do, no matter the outcome. It’s time for a faith that is active, not passive, in the face of challenges.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing PageDisciple Nations Alliance Website
74:41 4/17/24
Words Worth Rejecting or Redeeming with Dr. Elizabeth Youmans
Words are constantly created and redefined in our day. With such dramatic shifts, how can we have the “mind of Christ?” Words are not just sounds we utter; they are powerful building blocks for culture. Words and their meanings shape our thinking, convictions, beliefs, and worldview – ultimately bringing about our actions. Which words need to be redeemed? Are there words that need to be rejected? Today we are joined by author, teacher, education consultant, trainer, speaker, and our good friend, Dr. Elizabeth Youmans, who helps us think deeply about this while helping us consider specific words like, gender, marriage, liberty and more.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
82:00 4/10/24
What’s the Harm of IVF? With Katy Faust
The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that frozen embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are children. This case caused many to realize how little they know about IVF and the principles that drive the practice. Christians feel confused because their instinct is to celebrate anything that has to do with children and life. We will talk about the deeper worldview principles underneath the surface. Did you know that the “baby-making industry” kills more fertilized embryos than the baby-destroying industry each year in the United States? That's right, the IVF industry kills more babies than abortion does. Guest Katie Faust, sentinel of children's rights and president of Them Before Us, helps us tackle the complexities of how society's adult-centric desires impact voiceless children. She reminds us to put children's rights at the forefront of our cultural conversations. We will also ask if there is an ethical way for believers to participate in IVF.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
55:18 4/3/24
Easter Part 2: Representatives in a Foreign Land
How does Easter's message interweave our daily lives? Jesus' reign is not confined to some spiritual reality. His kingship radically transforms every aspect of our existence. From personal identity to societal influence, we peel back layers of cultural misconceptions to expose a truth that emboldens us to live fearlessly within the victory of the resurrection.We take time to especially consider the significance of words and definitions and how these can influence society to understand truth or believe lies. We live in a word-based universe. Words aren't just sounds we utter; they are the very fabric of creation. A biblical worldview brings clarity to terms that our culture wrestles with. As we reflect on the power of language, we are reminded of a call to action from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, to revolt against the lies that threaten the flourishing of our world.As ambassadors of Christ, we recognize our role to represent Him in every area and in every way to a seemingly foreign world, through servant leadership and rooted in truth. Celebrate with us the triumph of the resurrection and Christ's ongoing work, recognizing our part in the grand narrative that is far from over.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
51:32 3/27/24
Biblical Worldview’s Influence on Family & Vocation with George Oliveira
Have you ever pondered how an unwavering faith can shape a person's life and influence entire cultures? George Oliveira embodies DNA’s core values and models transformation through 20 years of integrating biblical worldview principles into every area of life, from family to education and vocation. George reminds us of the potency of Scripture and its relevance to every aspect of creation. You will be encouraged and invigorated by how practical the biblical worldview is as you consider God’s will for your own life.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
67:10 3/20/24
Understanding the Battle of Worldviews with Dr. Jeff Myers
"If you don't understand the battle of worldviews, you can't really understand anything." This statement from today's guest, Dr. Jeff Myers, summarizes the episode well. Dr. Myers, president of Summit Ministries, brings us boots-on-the-ground perspectives from three of the most active theaters in the battle of worldviews: the battles over truth, the hearts and minds of Generation Z, and the Israel-Hamas conflict. Dr. Myers offers a treasure trove of strategies poised to inspire anyone involved in or seeking wisdom in these crucial battles. You'll hear a clarion call to uphold personal integrity amid societal manipulation, and be reminded to recognize your indispensable role in God's ongoing cultural commission.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
60:57 3/13/24
Easter Part 1: The Continuing Work of Christ
The Hebrew people in the Old Testament anticipated a Messiah that would be a priest and a King, radically changing every area of our worldly experience, and restoring it to God’s original intentions. Welcome to a two-part Easter series as we look at the practical impact that Christ's death and resurrection has on each of our lives. When Jesus came, He never intended for us to keep our faith relegated to attending church and being privately spiritual. The same power that rose Jesus from the grave lives in us, and gives us power and purpose to continue His work in the world. Jesus says He is with us always and that He has all authority in heaven and on earth. He also calls us to make disciples, teaching them to obey everything He has commanded. This is an all-encompassing call, given by an omnipotent God. Where is He calling you to partner more fully with His ongoing work in the world?View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
55:40 3/6/24
Beauty: Abortion’s Antidote with Sami Parker
Discover a vision for a culture that recognizes the innate beauty of every human life as we journey with Sami Parker of Live Action through the frontlines of pro-life advocacy. Witness firsthand how Live Action is challenging the prevailing worldviews promoting abortion, utilizing social media to spark transformative discussions that transcend the screen into the very fabric of society. The predominant narrative or story of our time does not recognize God, sees humans as mere animals, and labels unrestrained sex as a "human right." Look around; these ideas have manifested into the wasteland surrounding families, relationships, sexuality, and procreation, and the list drags on. As Christians, this pains us because we know there's a better story, a better design. One that does not make any room for harming any innocent human's life. The biblical worldview recognizes the beauty in every aspect of God's created order. But do we? Do we not only recognize God's better story but strive to consistently live in it and model it to a hurting world? This episode is a call to Christians to don the full armor of their faith, merging the Gospel's transformative power with active cultural engagement to foster a society that not only protects, but cherishes life. Let's join forces to defend the defenseless against the greatest injustices of our age and celebrate the innate beauty and truth of life through the power of storytelling and education.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
69:45 2/28/24
Shifts in Journalism that Left Behind Objectivity and the Bible with Dr. Marvin Olasky
Increasingly, news culture pushes stories that advance their agenda from writers sitting behind a desk. Gone are the days when reporters would get onto the street to reveal the facts about what is happening at the heart of an issue. Dr. Marvin Olasky calls us back to this foundation, reminding us of the importance of hearing from diverse viewpoints and going beyond austere sermonizing to tell stories that are not only useful and true, but interesting. Olasky is quick to point out the profound impact that Christianity had on culture as he recounts the mistreatment of people in other times and parts of the world. Join us and consider the news you are hearing and sharing with others. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
55:19 2/20/24
Full-Time: Work and the Meaning of Life with David Bahnsen
We have an active, working, creative God who created humanity to be like Him. As such, our daily work should be a source of meaning and purpose in our lives. Yet, even among believers, work is often approached as a burden that remains an unfortunate means to a better end, like the weekend or even retirement.In contrast, the Bible often equates our work with our worship. When did we forget this? Over the last decade, the rate of prime-aged men in the U.S. not working has been lower than it was during the Great Depression! However, unlike during the Great Depression, most of these men are choosing not to work. In the words of today's guest, we are undergoing an epidemic of worklessness. Why is this? What happened? Is the church partially to blame for this? Today’s guest David Bahnsen has an inspiring biblical worldview that encompasses all areas of his life. He is simultaneously named one of the top financial advisors in America by Barron’s, Forbes and the Financial Times while teaching and writing about the integration of faith and economics on the side. In his newest book, Full-Time: Work and the Meaning of Life, Bahnsen makes the case that our work plays an integral part in providing meaning and purpose into our lives and is one of our most important avenues of discipleship and influence. This discussion is for you if you are searching for ways to integrate theology into every part of your daily work. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
54:47 2/14/24
Faith Deconstruction: Helpful or Destructive?
Deconstruction is a phrase that is becoming increasingly common. Many even in the faith community have started using this phrase. What is the result of this phenomenon? How is it impacting young people of faith? Is there anything useful or redeeming about it or is it always destructive? Today, we trace the evolution of deconstruction back to its philosophical roots with Jacques Derrida and unpack how it's reshaping Western thought and the spiritual landscape inside many churches. We look at this in a historical context and consider the worldviews behind this phenomenon of deconstruction. Finally, we examine the rising trend of faith deconstruction in Christian culture, looking at what it is, who is doing it, why it’s happening, and how we can respond to those who say they are deconstructing their faith.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
83:03 2/7/24
Elon Musk Thinks the West Needs Christianity - Why? With Vishal Mangalwadi
Is God using Vishal Mangalwadi to disciple Jordan Peterson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tom Holland, and Elon Musk? Today, we discover the transformative power of Christianity on Western civilization through the eyes of Indian Bible scholar and good friend Vishal Mangalwadi. Join us as Mangalwadi unravels the often-overlooked impact of the Bible on modern life. Although many in the West have taken values such as freedom, justice, free speech, forgiveness, the list goes on, for granted, a future in which these values are canceled is becoming a reality. We've recently noticed a resurgence in people who realize these values are essential to Western civilization’s future and go on to connect these virtues directly to the Bible. In the last couple of years, Mangalwadi has played an interesting role in helping non-Christian leaders such as Jordan Peterson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tom Holland, and even Elon Musk make this connection between the rich history of Western civilization and the Bible. During this discussion, you will hear Mangalwadi's thoughts on why this revival in Biblical values is happening now, how Christians can support and encourage this movement, and an admonishment to hold fast to a biblical vocabulary under pressure. Our conversation is an invitation to reassess the past and reclaim the biblical underpinnings of Western achievements, providing a more nuanced and comprehensive understanding of our civilization's foundations. This episode is a compelling examination of the intertwining threads of faith, history, ideas, and the future trajectory of Western civilization.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
85:37 1/31/24
Needed! Boldness and Discernment in an Era of Distortion
Are we losing sight of truth in a culture smothered by falsehoods? Even within the church, according to Barna, 41% of American Christians believe that the only truth a person can know is whatever is right for them individually. In this episode we want to help arm you with an understanding of why truthfulness is not just a noble virtue but a critical armor in today's culture, especially for Christians navigating through the fog of misinformation. We tackle the potent blend of social media and deceptive narratives head-on, addressing the alarmingly popular theories of evolution, and the pressing need for Christians to be the lighthouses of truth as we sail into uncharted waters. Our discussion extends into the societal impact of weaponized propaganda, through the 1619 project, the BLM movement, the social contagion of the sex and gender ideologies, the Covid origins, and the current events in the Gaza strip. Join us as we explore ways to grasp the framework or lens through which we can discern the narratives shaping our public consciousness. The solution is not ignorance, self censorship, doublethink, or winsomeness. The solution is found in the very essence of truth as embodied in Jesus Christ, the Way, the Truth and the Life.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Donate to The Disciple Nations Alliance
82:09 1/24/24
Jews: Oppressed or Oppressors?
From the Old Testament through current events, the Jewish people have been the target of animosity and violence. We’ve witnessed a heightened global resurgence of antisemitism since the attack on Israel last October. Anti-Jewish sentiment hasn’t been at this level since the end of WWII. What’s behind the hatred? How does critical theory play into this? What about radical Islam? Join us as we unpack the major worldviews at play and discuss practical ways each of us can respond. View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
85:54 1/17/24
Christianity is Good for the Nation with Dennis Peacocke and Katherine Gallagher
Christians are increasingly criticized for their opinions in the public square and often labeled as Christian nationalists. But should this criticism cause us to retract our opinions and retreat? Or is Christian cultural engagement exactly what our nations need?  We are called to faithfully reflect Christ not only in our personal lives, but everywhere–in our families, churches, workplaces, and yes, truth must even influence politics, and our work in public institutions and culture. Our guests, Dennis Peacocke and Katherine Gallagher from our affiliate organization, GoStrategic, help us consider strategies and practical ways that we can meaningfully engage in these areas for Christ, and for the nations.View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
93:31 1/3/24
Joy to the World: Let Earth Receive Her King
For many people, singing “Joy to the World” is a Christmas tradition. However, familiarity with the song can cause us to miss its depth and significance. The song announces the Kingship of Jesus and calls on each individual to respond. We are to push back against the effects of the fall as far as the curse is found in our world. Christ actively rules with both truth and grace. His love is wondrous. Come celebrate with us the joy and hope of the Christmas season through the powerful lens of "Joy to the World."View the transcript, leave comments, and check out recommended resources on the Episode Landing Page!Disciple Nations Alliance Website
86:23 12/20/23

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