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In a Fight for Our Lives

Gary Wilkerson

Guilt, depression, anxiety and all sorts of spiritual accusations can suddenly catch us by surprise, so how do we combat those moments with the truths we have in Christ. 

When I was in high school, I took kickboxing, and I got pretty good. I had a good time with it and was in some competitions and stuff. Now I wasn't a combative person. If anything, people have described me as ‘nice’ almost my whole life. It’s not exactly a description I enjoy, but people call me a nice person.

Risking It All for God’s Call

John Bailey

How do we become people of God who boldly live for the gospel and have real impact on the world around us?

I would say I’m a pretty adventurous guy. The second time I went skiing was in Colorado, and I was with a friend who’s a black diamond skier. He turned to me and said, “Hey, let’s tree ski.” I shrugged. “Sure!”

Let’s just say I’m lucky to be alive today.

Stitching Up the Wounds

Gary Wilkerson

How do we stir up a radical passion for God’s will and people in the world? Suffering and how we respond to it could be our answer.

Fiery passion for God’s work is born out of compassion, if you think about it. God sent Christ to die for sinners. Biblically, his glory and judgment go hand-in-hand with his love for us as his image-bearers and grief over sin.