Join your host Steven Menking as he welcomes back Sam Johnston of The Sharpening Report to discuss dealing with the divisiveness we encounter in our society in this generation. Whether inside the body of Christ or in the overall fracas of social media, the polarization of language, platforms, and argument have left many of us in a situation where we would rather disengage from the conversation. Unfortunately, this mentality can extend into our most meaningful personal relationships. This conversation focuses on the importance of using language properly and various techniques that can help break down the barriers that have been built to prevent us from healthy dialogue. Thanks again for joining us On the Objective!
Welcome back to The Amateur Society for a discussion about the fire at the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. This iconic structure has stood for almost a millennium, and the footage of the roof burning and the spire collapsing was shocking. Given that large portions of...read more
Lots of Christians talk about discipleship. Churches focus their attention on making disciples. However, if Christians and the churches they attend really understood what being a disciple means and what making disciples really looks like, why is there such lack of...read more
Maria Kneas is the author of Prepare for Persecution: How to Stand Firm We have been seeing a level of cruelty and depravity that is just staggering. One form is with Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters and other horribly corrupt politicians. And another form is people who...read more
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