There is great disagreement within the modern Church on how important the Bible is to an understanding of homosexuality. In these two videos, Dr. Robert Gagnon examined the foundational issues and texts that should form the basis of a Christian’s approach to the issue and explores the Creation narrative and reveals the moral bedrock of marriage and sexual ethics.
Volume 1: Interpreting the Scripture
The role of the Bible in responding to homosexual behavior.
The key passages that determine sexual ethics.
The motivation of love in proclaiming truth to the world.
Volume 2: Creation and Sexual Ethics
The sacred architecture in human sexuality
The Image of God expressed in male/female distinctives
Christians have a unique calling to be salt and light in the world. But should this be limited only to the proclamation of the gospel?
In The Biblical Case for Cultural Engagement, Abraham Hamilton III walks us through the Scriptures to examine the ways God has called every believer to be a cultivating force in the beliefs, pursuits, and practices of society.
An untold number of lives have been ruined through the lies of the sexual revolution. What was promised as freedom has turned out to be a new kind of bondage.
The Freedom of Sexual Purity - In this video, Dr. Michael Brown shows why the promises of the sexual revolution will never satisfy the human heart. He challenges men and women to consider the destructive consequences of their actions and offers hope for those trapped in the downward spiral of sexual immorality.
Ryan gets hit by a shrink ray at the zoo and learns that unkind words make a person feel small, but encouraging words build others up!
When animals start to disappear at the local zoo, Ryan and his mom are called in to investigate only to be zapped by a mysterious shrink ray that makes them the size of a pecan! Discovering that Bucktooth Becky and her ninja chickens are behind the trouble, miniature Ryan and his mom must work together if they are to reach the shrink ray, return to normal size and save the zoo!
Key Theme: Encouraging Others – Words have the power to build people up or tear them down.
Approximately 25 minutes; Recommended for ages 6-12