Drew speaks to the cancer survivor group at the East Ridge Church of Christ in Chattanooga, TN.
Drew discusses a recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center and talks about the importance of authenticity in the church.
Source: “Young Christians Are Leaving the Church – Here’s Why” by J. Warner Wallace
Drew talks about his favorite novel, The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Specifically, he discusses Ivan’s story “The Grand Inquisitor.”
How do Christians follow Jesus’ demand for self-denial in the context of a culture of self-obsession?
Drew talks to Scott Newton about how a motorcycle accident changed his life and how tragedy teaches us to rely on God.
Jesus had close friends, but is it fair to say he was in a clique? As Drew explores this question, the discussion turns to the value of friendship and how to make friends.
The moral ingenuity of man is his worst enemy. Drew finishes the series on the book of Judges.
Drew ventures into the epilogue of Judges, comparing Micah’s shrine to forms of false religion found today.
Drew wraps up Samson’s tale and asks, “Do we focus more on God’s gifts than his mission?”
Drew continues the tragedy of Samson, discussing Samson’s careless slumber.