Segment One: Every Sunday, the Northwest Church of Christ in Chicago, Illinois, USA, holds three distinct worship assemblies: One in English, one in Korean, and one in Spanish. Recently, the congregation tried holding one Sunday morning assembly…in all three languages at once! Leaders Paul Chae, Carlos Estrada, and Patrick Odum talk about how they did it and what congregations around the world might learn from them.
Segment Two: In January, a court in Oregon struck down a lawsuit that claimed that private Christian schools violate federal law when they hold employees and students to traditional biblical interpretations of gender and sexuality. Eric Rassbach, executive director of the Religious Liberty Clinic at Pepperdine University explains the case and what comes next.
Segment Three: Dwelling in the Word is a way of listening to the Bible that helps congregations discern and draw closer together through intense focus on Scripture. Dr. Natalie Magnusson of the missional leadership graduate program at Rochester University explains how dwelling in the word works and why it is so important to practice now.
Segment One: Pentecost comes to Chicago (Paul Chae, Carlos Estrada, Patrick Odum)
Segment Two: A win for religious liberty (Eric Rassbach)
Segment Three: Dwelling in the Word (Natalie Magnusson)
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