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Mar 8, 2013

Video from My Time on TBN Yesterday

I was on TBN again last night. My friend Rice Broocks, Senior Minister of Bethel World Outreach Center, interviewed me last Tuesday, February 26, and the show aired last night, March 7, around the globe.

Here is the video of my segment from the program. Also on the show were Carrie Cecil, Guy Penrod, and Jimmy Wayne. If you'd like to see the full episode, it's at the bottom of this post.

On the show, Rice and I discussed:

  • Subversive Kingdom and its themes
  • The decline of cultural Christianity
  • The rise of conversion Christians
  • The rise of the nones
  • Global impact of Christianity
  • The global call of missions and global "sentness"
  • Missional outreach around the globe
  • Overcoming stereotypes of the church
  • Our call to share and to show the love of Jesus
  • Brokenness in our world
  • The story of the gospel: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration

The show was broadcast in over 100 countries around the world. My prayer is that we made much of Jesus and His mission.

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Posted:March 8, 2013 at 12:00 am

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