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Events

United We Stand? Healing Our Political Divide in the Church

Aug. 5, 2019 - Aug. 23, 2019

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Time: Open-online course
Email: [email protected]
Location: Online Course
Price: $55.00
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As American Christians pledge allegiance to the flag, we are increasingly aware that our churches are no longer united as one, but are deeply divided along political lines.

The facts are alarming. Political divisions have created a fractured and broken Church community. Evangelical Christians are slowly growing older and more irrelevant to their communities. Young people are leaving the church by the thousands. Most young people say politics in the pulpit is driving them away from Christianity.

How can we find common ground in today’s political climate? This course, led by author and Bible teacher Keith Giles, will help us to identify the reasons why the Christian Church is so politically-divided today, and show us how to rediscover our true source for unity in the Body of Christ.

Participants will need a copy of the book, Jesus Untangled: Crucifying Our Politics To Pledge Allegiance To The Lamb, by Keith Giles, for this course. 1.0 CEU

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