Critical Issues We Face

You can be a leader without being a pastor, but you cannot be a pastor without being a leader. True pastoral leadership involves equipping the flock to lead in their homes and workplaces revealing the righteousness of God with a humble spirit and with compassion. This leadership gives the glory to God and not to a man—all eyes on the Lord Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of our faith.

Critical Issues We Face, Part 1

Critical Issues We Face, Part 2

Please click the links below to access resources mentioned in the Tuesday and Wednesday morning sessions (linked above) of the 2017 Baptist Friends Meeting.

“The Church Isn’t a Cruise Ship” by J.D. Greear

Watch “The Urgency of Certainty”

“The Urgency of Certainty” Outline

NY TIMES – “The Great Unraveling” by Roger Cohen

How Homosexual Rights Became a Civil Rights Issue

An excerpt from Robert Bork’s book Slouching Towards Gomorrah

Watch “What Every Child Needs to Know About Marriage”

“What Every Child Needs to Know About Marriage” Outline

TIME Magazine – “A New Identity” by Katy Steinmetz

Transgenderism: A Pathogenic Meme by  Paul McHugh (Professor at Johns Hopkins Medical School)

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