Light in the Darkness

Northview Campus

A Conversation about Politics

October 25, 2020 • Don Pearson

Matt Zainea and Senior Research Fellow Michael Miller from the Acton Institute discuss a Christian perspective on politics, wrapping up the Light in the Darkness series.

Pursuing the Common Good

October 18, 2020 • Don Pearson

Is it possible to be light in what can feel like the darkness of current politics? Don uses an example from the book of Mark to discuss what it means to be light in our every day lives, and the implications in the political arena.

A Conversation about Caring

October 11, 2020 • Don Pearson

Caring in the midst of a pandemic can be daunting. Matt Zainea has a conversation with guests Mike Post (a health care professional) and Kevin Shuneson (an elementary teacher) to show how bringing light can happen in practical, meaningful ways.

Caring in the Midst of a Pandemic

October 4, 2020 • Don Pearson

Instead of grumbling or disputing, the church is called to be a light, especially during a pandemic. Don Pearson explores how we can humbly move towards others with Christ as our example.

A Conversation about Racism

September 27, 2020 • Don Pearson

How does the Gospel influence the issue of racism? Matt Zainea and Alton Hardy explore what it looks like to think biblically and engage in our community by being light in the darkness.

Responding to Racism

September 20, 2020 • Don Pearson

Instead of grumbling or complaining, the church is called to be a light. Don Pearson begins a new series by talking about how to think biblically about racism.