Christlike Character in Today’s Culture: Session 1 (The Cove 2019)

Christlike Character in Today’s Culture: Session 1 (The Cove 2019)

In Philippians 2:15–16, Paul exhorts the believers at Philippi to be above reproach and to shine God’s glory to the surrounding world, which he called a “crooked and perverse generation.” The call to be lights is no less applicable to His followers today. In this series of presentations delivered at the Cove (in Asheville, N.C.), Ken Boa explains how we can do this in our own culture. This is session 1 of 4.

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