It has come to my attention that Pastor Joel used to be a member in the Acts 29 Network. Why did he choose to leave? What would he say to those who currently belong to an Acts 29 Church?
The Bible seems to clearly teach that riches in this life are often a pitfall to living a righteous life. So is it actually possible for a person to be both rich and righteous? If so, how can this be achieved?
Is there a difference between the “sentiment” of Black Lives Matter and the official “movement” of Black Lives Matter? Can Christians support this movement? If not, can Christians support the sentiment without supporting the movement?
When facing criticism, how can I discern if the criticism is valid or biased based on my youth? If I am being unfairly criticized due to my age, how should I properly respond?
Pastor Joel, I understand, that according to Scripture, churches should be viewed as essential. However, does the Bible teach that churches are unique? In other words, is there something particular that occurs in the context of locally gathered churches that does not occur in Christian’s private practices of piety?
What are the clear biblical signs of receiving God’s Judgment? Has America arrived at this point, or do we still have time to repent?