Vote For Change

Fight Hard

November 13, 2016 • Jerry Shaffer

Through the prophet Jeremiah, God told the Israelites who were living abroad to pray and work for the peace and prosperity of the city/nation where He had sent them into exile, because its welfare would determine their own (see Jeremiah 29:7). That can help us understand the weight of our own civic responsibility today. But if we aren’t careful, we can overemphasize civic responsibility and lose sight of God’s promises and sovereignty.

Agents Of Change

November 6, 2016 • Jerry Shaffer

Through the prophet Jeremiah, God told the Israelites who were living abroad to pray and work for the peace and prosperity of the city/nation where He had sent them into exile, because its welfare would determine their own (see Jeremiah 29:7). That can help us understand the weight of our own civic responsibility today. But if we aren’t careful, we can overemphasize civic responsibility and lose sight of God’s promises and sovereignty.

The Original Change Agent

October 30, 2016 • Jerry Shaffer

Through the prophet Jeremiah, God told the Israelites who were living abroad to pray and work for the peace and prosperity of the city/nation where He had sent them into exile, because its welfare would determine their own (see Jeremiah 29:7). That can help us understand the weight of our own civic responsibility today. But if we aren’t careful, we can overemphasize civic responsibility and lose sight of God’s promises and sovereignty.

Skin In The Game

October 23, 2016 • Tony Dahlin & Panel

Through the prophet Jeremiah, God told the Israelites who were living abroad to pray and work for the peace and prosperity of the city/nation where He had sent them into exile, because its welfare would determine their own (see Jeremiah 29:7). That can help us understand the weight of our own civic responsibility today. But if we aren’t careful, we can overemphasize civic responsibility and lose sight of God’s promises and sovereignty. This week was a special panel where we discussed the racial divide in our culture.