Today we finish our series in 1 Corinthians. Over the past several weeks we have focused on being United as a Church. United in Christ’s death as we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. United in our serving as we use our gifts to build up the church. United in our love for one another. United in our service as we gather together in orderly worship. United in Christ’s resurrection as we
http://traffic.libsyn.com/themiddlekingdom/1-4.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWe begin our series on 1 Corinthians. Today we look at the first four chapters. How should congregants view leaders in the church? How should leaders view their role? How does a misunderstanding of church leadership lead to dysfunction in the church? Additional Resources: Emotionally Healthy Church, Peter Scazzero with Warren Bird Next: Pastoral Succession That Works, William Vanderbloemen and Warren Bird The Cross
This week’s episode features a special bonus conversation on the topic of faith and entrepreneurship, with answers to questions like, how can I greater integrate my faith into my work, venture, or creative endeavors? What makes a Christian entrepreneur stand out in the broader entrepreneurial community? What can the Christian church at large learn from entrepreneurs? This episode highlights three successful entrepreneurs and leaders based in Beijing who are living
Bringing together the different hosts of the Middle Kingdom, we’re excited to introduce our new series: The Church. Today’s episode addresses some common misconceptions and seeks to set a baseline definition of “the church” for this new series. You can find notes from today’s show on our website at themiddlekingdom.org. Check out this episode!