Guest Speaker - February 10, 2019

City on a Hill: How to Engage the Secular Mind

French evangelist, church planter and author Raphael Anzenberger speaks about matters of belief and unbelief in this secular age. The scripture text is John 1:43-51, in which we see an exchange between Nathaniel, Philip and Jesus. Nathaniel exhibits three marks of today's secular man: 1. Individualism - the need to see it. 2. Cynicism - the need to want it. 3. Pragmatism - the need to experience it. Jesus responds today just as he responded to Nathaniel by saying,"I see you. I want you. I call you."

From Series: "Missions Month: City on a Hill"

During February BVBC intentionally focuses on world missions. This year the missions theme is “City On A Hill,” a reference to Matthew 5:14-16. In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus casts a vision for missions in the everyday relationships of life. The people of God should be a lighthouse, a city on a hill, shining before a watching world through their good works and integrity. During missions month, we will discover our call to missions and become equipped to declare and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus.

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