The Link: Thoughts on Marijuana, False Idols of Wellness, the Plausibility Problem & More

By August 27, 2018September 18th, 2021The Link, Uncategorized

“Worshiping the False Idols of Wellness”New York Times
“Medicine and religion have long been deeply intertwined, and it’s only relatively recently that they have separated. The wellness-industrial complex seeks to resurrect that connection.”

“Expositors Collective in Bradenton, Florida”Expositors Collective
“SAVE THE DATE: Expositors Collective is coming back on Nov. 30-Dec. 1 in Bradenton, Florida! Expositors Collective exists to equip & encourage the next generation of Christ-centered preachers. This seminar will be a two-day event that will lead into fellowship groups for critique & ongoing encouragement & mentorships.”

“TTM Season 3 Top Episodes: Dr. Lu Wing”–
“Enjoy the top episodes from last season of Things That Matter, as we near season 4 premiering this fall! Dr. Lu Wing, a toxicologist, discusses Marijuana in a Biblical perspective with Pastor Brian Brodersen.”

“2018 Calvary Chapel Worship Leaders Conference”Calvary Creative
“We would like to formally invite you to attend the Calvary Chapel Worship Leaders Conference, November 12-15, 2018, held at the beautiful Murrieta Hot Springs Conference Center.”

“The Plausibility Problem”– Cooper&
“James and Barry talks to Ed Shaw, author of The Plausibility Problem, about same-sex attraction and what Biblical inclusion really means. We also talk about family, West Wing, Brant Hansen and some authors with truly amazing names.”

“Calvary Bible Institute 2018”Calvary Chapel Southampton
“Join us as we gather for our second Bible Institute. This year we have brought together speakers from around the country to speak on themes and threads found in the book of Exodus.”

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Beginning in 1965 in Southern California, this fellowship of churches grew out of Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa.

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