August 2, 2016Younger Perspectives on Cultural Engagement

Darrell L. Bock, Kasey Summerer, Kymberli Cook, and Mikel Del Rosario
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Dr. Bock introduces his staff as they present their experiences working in cultural engagement
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Del Rosario explains the idea of helping people go from life to the Bible in his apologetics ministry
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Summerer talks about movies and seeking understanding of what lies below the surface of cultural movements
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Cook shares how her ministry begins by addressing the felt needs of individuals
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Two dimensions to cultural engagement: Truth and tone
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Gentleness, born out of peace and contentment, ought to drive conversations on difficult topics
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How tone relates to loving well
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Convicted civility means respect and dignity for all, regardless of their beliefs
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The goal is not to win an argument but to lead people to Jesus
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Extending an invitation to the gospel, showing concern for a person and not just an issue
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Letting go of the need to control situations and embracing contentment
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Ministering to those who have been deeply hurt by the Church
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Tensions involved in moving from “life to the Bible”