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Should we stop reaching the unreached?

Should we stop reaching the unreached?

Should we stop reaching the unreached?

For 50 years, most missionaries have been focused on reaching unreached people groups—prioritizing people who have the least access to the gospel. Today, this focus is falling out of favor by critics of the Western missionary enterprise because they feel it reflects “Western” or Enlightenment thinking.

Calvary’s Dr. Joshua Paxton invited Dr. Ted Esler, President of Missio Nexus, to discuss this development and how it impacts global missions as well as individual believers.

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Part 2: How can Christians be faithful in a negative world?

Part 2: How can Christians be faithful in a negative world?

Times have changed.

At one time, the Church in America lived in a positive world—a culture that was positive toward the Bible, respected clergy, and considered the Church to be a force for good in the world. But times have changed. We now live in a world that considers the Christian faith to be bigoted, misogynistic, even hateful. So, how can Christians and churches be faithful to Christ in this negative world?

Join Shaun LePage as he leads the Calvary Conversations team—Drs. Joshua Paxton, Tim Hange and Mike Dodds—in the second part of a discussion about the so-called negative world and how Christians and churches need to think, speak and act in order to thrive.

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What can you do if you’ve “got questions”?

What can you do if you’ve “got questions”?

What can you do if you’ve “got questions”?

Do you have questions about God, the Bible or Christianity? Shea Houdmann, as a new graduate of Calvary Seminary in 2001, decided to pose that question to the world. He created gotquestions.org and offered to provide answers from the Bible to any and all questions. As it turns out, lots of people “got questions”! Houdmann recruited a team that has now responded to more than 741,000 questions. The site receives millions of visitors every month—either to ask questions or read the answers to the questions others have already asked.

Calvary University’s Shaun LePage invited Houdmann, Founder, President, and CEO of Got Questions Ministries, who is also the keynote speaker for the 2023 CU President’s Dinner on September 28, to discuss not only gotquestions.org, but also to help Christians understand the importance of providing biblical answers to the curious.

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What will be the “signs” of the end of the Church Age?

What will be the “signs” of the end of the Church Age?

What will be the “signs” of the end of the Church Age?

“And you will be hearing of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, for those things must take place, but that is not yet the end . . .  And because lawlessness is increased, most people’s love will become cold.” (Matthew 24:6, 12, NASV). To what extent should we expect to see these end times prophetic events to occur in our day?

Join Calvary University’s Dr. Mike Dodds as he and Dr. Richard Schmidt of Prophecy Focus Ministries discuss his recent book, Globalism, and end time prophecies.

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How do we know what we think we know?

How do we know what we think we know?

How do we know what we think we know?

Can we really know what is true? How do we know what we think we know? In other words, what is the worldview of Postmodernism and on what is it based?

Calvary’s Dr. Joshua Paxton invited Calvary University graduate student, Joshua Barr, to discuss his recent paper exploring this issue of Postmodern Epistemology.

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What’s the best way to minister to children?

What’s the best way to minister to children?

What’s the best way to minister to children?

Anyone following the news about concerns over school curriculum, traumatic events at schools, adult agendas being pushed on children and youth in schools and in the community, and the documented mental health crisis being experienced by children and youth know that young people need help today!

Dr. Mike Dodds invited Hanna Sims, the founder of NETWorkersTEC, to have a conversation about how to best minister to children and youth in these confusing and troubled times.

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