On this evening we will be introduced to the concept of a “world view”. How we look at the world (where we start) governs how we live. As we engage our friends with the claims of Christ, we need to understand that everyone is not on the same page nor starts with the same assumptions.
June 13, 2018
Who is my Roman Catholic Neighbor?
Eric Mounts will explore the faith of many of our neighbors in northern Kentucky. Why is this a hard question to answer? What issues separate us and do they matter? How ought we engage our neighborhood?
June 20th, 2018
Why Do People Have Such Different Ideas About the World and How to Live In It?
Jason Walsh will explain the three elements of a worldview and why Christianity alone provides satisfying answers to life’s biggest questions.
July 11th, 2018
Culture: What is this Relatedness We Form Together?
Voracious reader Lynn Silvernale will present the ideas from John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle’s book, A Practical Guide to culture.
July 18th, 2018
How Smart is it to Have a Smart Phone?
Jason Walsh will be reviewing Tony Reinke’s important book 12 Ways Your Cell Phone is Changing You. Are we unconsciously engaging the latest technology? How is that affecting us?
July 25th, 2018
What is Addiction and Why is it Besetting?
Our Soul Care overseer, Steve Freeburne, and our Celebrate Recovery leader, Jeramie Lawson, will help us understand the issue and one facet of our ministry at Calvary that is helping to face this brokenness.
August 1st, 2018
Isn’t it True that Homosexuality is an Identity that Doesn’t Change?
This important evening will be a video rebroadcast of a message from Cedarville University by Rosaria Butterfield. Rosaria identified as a lesbian and held a professorship in journalism at Syracuse University before a friendship with a follower of Jesus changed everything.
August 8th, 2018
Can Harry Become Sally?
How gender is being defined is now a blockbuster issue. Eric Mounts will review Ryan Anderson’s important book on the transgender question – When Harry Becomes Sally.
August 15th, 2018
Race: How Far Away are We from Guessing Who is Coming to Dinner?
This evening we will explore the complex issues that surround our attitudes about race. How ought we to consider this moment in God’s family? What about our friendship circles? Our concerns for justice? Could prejudice have a life at Calvary? What would Jesus say about race and America in this moment?
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