Charlie Kirk and Rob McCoy: Hope in the Midst of Liberalism, and the Church’s Responsibility to Deliver It

Hi friends! I hope you have some spare time in the next few days because I discovered a very encouraging discussion every believer who loves America should watch.

  • Does the Bible have anything to say about the essential nature of the church?
  • Are churches that are open in violation of Romans 13:1?
  • Is the church being driven by fear or by liberty? How do we know?
  • Now that a liberal, socialist administration has taken office, is there any hope for America?
  • As Christian conservatives, what can we do?
  • Is it possible the church is being awakened, pruned, and proven?
  • Why we should distance ourselves from conspiracy theories.
  • As Christians, how do we live out our faith and honor God while still fighting the battle against the things God hates?
  • How should we conduct ourselves if a national shutdown is mandated?
  • What is civil disobedience, and what does the Bible have to say about it?
  • Should Christians really be involved in government and politics?

Charlie Kirk and Rob McCoy (Sr Pastor at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, Newbury Park CA) are both on the frontlines of battle, defending religious freedom, fighting for the rights of churches, and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Additionally, they are well-connected and well-sourced, enhancing their ability to speak authoritatively about what is happening in our country.

Carve out some time and listen in to their discussion, moderated by Pastor John Randall. As freedom-loving American Christians, you will be greatly encouraged!

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