Healthy relationships are the backbone of our society, but relationships can be complicated, complex, and confusing. Throughout 2020, many relationships were disrupted or experienced discord — including our relationship with work. In today’s teaching, Dr. Ed Stetzer shows how industry, integrity, and influence are three characteristics that we need to be mindful of in our work. This message was originally preached at Highpoint Church on Sunday, April 25, 2021.Message title: DTR: WorkSeries: DTRPassage: Proverbs 31 For more info about Highpoint Church, or to find a location near you, visit our website at https://highpoint.church.
There has been an outcry to ban Oral Roberts University from NCAA March Madness. Steve explores Cancel Culture with a look at Ed Stetzer's article "No, Oral Roberts University basketball doesn't deserve to be canceled from NCAA Sweet 16." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When you rightly look at God’s plan, God’s design, and God’s best — nothing else seems significant. Dr. Ed Stetzer teaches from Psalm 84 about how contrasting, trusting, and submitting can change your perspective and reshape your life. This message was originally preached at Highpoint Church on March 21, 2021.Message title: Better is One Day in Your HouseSeries: Rhythms of the SoulPassage: Psalm 84 For more info about Highpoint Church, or to find a location near you, visit our website at https://highpoint.church. Connect with Pastor Ed on instagram @edstetzer and find more resources at https://edstetzer.com
In this episode of Better Roads, Randall talks with Dr. Ed Stetzer about his book, Christians in the Age of Outrage: How to Bring Our Best When the World Is at Its Worst. We will discuss ways the book applies to our contemporary American culture so saturated in anger. Even Christians have been drawn into heated and coarse rhetoric during and since the 2020 presidential election. Where do we go from here to influence our culture for Christ?
How do we disciple digitally? – Ed Stetzer, Jennie Allen, Jon Tyson and Annie F. Downs
We are called to “go and make disciples.” However, there remains a lack of true discipleship in many churches. Ed Stetzer offers research on what bring about true spiritual formation. Jennie Allen, Jon Tyson, and Annie F. Downs talks about the challenges of discipleship in a digital era.
Ed Stetzer talks with James Rankine and Paul Lowe about Lockdown 3, past pandemics, future realities, lessons we've learnt during the coronavirus, hopes for the next decade and the great gospel opportunity that we have in front of us.
Ep170 Responding To Ed Stetzer's Claims Against Evangelical Trump Voters
Today’s episode continues the claims of Evangelical writer, Ed Stetzer’s recent article suggesting that Trump supporters are guilty of idolatry. Today is the day to join The Rebellion! Become a patreon member and enjoy some great extras while supporting our efforts to speak the Truth into our culture. Learn more at patreon.com/dreverettpiper. Find more resources and info at dreverettpiper.com
Ep156 Dear Ed Stetzer, I Didn’t Change My Morality
This episode discusses the recent NPR interview with Ed Stetzer and his judgement of Trump voters and having changed their morality.Today is the day to join The Rebellion! Become a patreon member and enjoy some great extras while supporting our efforts to speak the Truth into our culture. Learn more at patreon.com/dreverettpiper. Find more resources and info at dreverettpiper.com
The Moment We Are In and the Mission We are On | Dr. Ed Stetzer
MFI Leaders Podcast
The moment that we’re in doesn’t pause the mission that we’re on. Dr. Ed Stetzer from Wheaton College shares a powerful reminder and message on how we can be faithful to our mission in THIS time and THIS moment.