Presented by Clyde Kilough - November 20, 2020
Most young adults in the Church have a sense—perhaps consciously, but often unconsciously—that they must conquer a big obstacle at that stage of their lives. Let’s call it Mount Kataphroneo (for reasons that will be explained). In this edition of Friday Night Live we will tackle this issue in an uncharacteristic way—Clyde Kilough will introduce the subject then moderate a discussion with several young adults about their experiences in meeting this challenge.
Presented by Dave Myers - October 16, 2020
In the past, being labeled the “goat” was a bad thing. In sports it was a title given to the player who committed a terrible mistake and was the reason his team lost the game. But today G.O.A.T. is an acronym for something very different. Learn who should be your goat and why. Join Dave Myers for Friday Night Live on Friday, Oct. 16.
Presented by Doug Horchak - August 21, 2020
Where did Satan come from? Is he real, or is he just the personified “dark side” of human nature? And what’s his game, anyway? What does he spend his time doing? We will answer these and other questions about this being who impacts so many—even while so few believe in him.
Presented by Jon Pinelli - July 17, 2020
At some point we all have to answer questions about our religious beliefs. Is there a right way and a wrong way? The apostle Peter gives us a template of how we should handle questions about our beliefs. Let’s explore the five-point plan he gives us in 1 Peter 3:15.
Presented by Gary Black - June 19, 2020
Often professing Christians pray, “Oh, Lord Jesus …” Why do so many pray to Jesus, when Jesus instructed us to pray to the Father? Does it matter? How can you know and explain the truth? In this Friday Night Live we’ll explore what God’s Word says about who we pray to and why.
Presented by Daniel Harper - May 15, 2020
An article by New York Times columnist Ross Douthat begins with these words: “In the future, it seems, there will be only one ‘ism’—Individualism—and its rule will never end. As for religion, it shall decline; as for marriage, it shall be postponed; as for ideologies, they shall be rejected; as for patriotism, it shall be abandoned; as for strangers, they shall be distrusted. … That’s the implication, at least, of what the polling industry keeps telling us about the rising American generation, the so-called millennials.” What can we do to help protect the Church of God from the effects of this growing societal trend toward a warped and selfish individualism?
Presented by Joel Meeker - April 17, 2020
If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between you and him alone.” So said Jesus in Matthew 18:15. But going to a brother can be intimidating, confusing and risky. How can the Bible help us succeed in fulfilling this fraternal responsibility? Here is a step-by-step approach that even a brother would love.
Presented by Zach Smith - March 20, 2020
Sometimes young people in the Church have questions about God, the Bible, or beliefs and teachings of the Church that are left unasked. Perhaps they don’t want to look stupid for asking a simple question or don’t want to be misunderstood as challenging the teachings of the Church. On other occasions, maybe they just don’t want the answer because they like the one they’ve developed! Asking questions can be hard, but it’s vital for our growth. Answerable questions left unasked are missed opportunities for growth.
Presented by Dave Myers - February 21, 2020
A time warp is defined as “an imaginary distortion of space in relation to time whereby people or objects of one period can be moved to another.” Another definition reads, “An imaginary situation in which the past or future becomes the present.” In this Bible study for young adults we are going to transport a Church of God young adult from 1975 to see what he has to say about the Church of God today. Join Dave Myers for Friday Night Live on Friday, Feb. 21, to see what the past can tell us about our future.
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