Category Archives: Faith Debate

Blog posts for the Frederick Faith Debate.

Program Air Date: Sunday, July 14th, 2019 – 9am

Life Growing Up and Professional Career The Frederick Rescue Mission has a vision to change lives through Christ’s love by rescuing people from hunger, poverty, and chemical addiction.  That’s what their website says, anyway.  In this show we talk with the people pursuing a vision that steers six programs.  Bread of Life, CLRP Recovery Program, Clothing…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, July 7th, 2019 – 9am

Personal Stories There is a Christ-centered ministry in Frederick providing residential recovery programs to those experiencing homelessness or chemical addiction.  Also food to the hungry, clothing and furniture to those in need, and connection within the community through relationships.  They’re known as The Frederick Rescue Mission.  What do you really know about them?  Well, in…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, June 30th, 2019 – 9am

The Theology of Millennials and the Church Here’s advice from the headlines.  (Always a good place to get advice.)  “Want Millennials Back in the Pews?  Stop Trying to Make Church ‘Cool’.”  “Church Can’t rely on ‘Bedrock Institution’ Status if it Wants to Attract Millennials.”  “The Black Church Can Engage More Black Millennials by Bringing Politics…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 – 9am

Questions Millennials Have for the Church Do you know “Five Things Millennials are Looking for in Your Church”?  Heck, more pressing… Do you know “Why the Church Needs Millennials, but Millennials Don’t Need Church”?  Did you even know this was the case?  If not, well you simply don’t read enough web articles with headlines such…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, June 16th, 2019 – 9am

How Millennials and the Church View Each Other If questions that the American church asks were viewed as food items, then the soup du jour is Millennial Gumbo.  It’s why Relevant Magazine recently published an article titled “The Real Reason Churches Have a ‘Millennial Void’”.  So, what do Millennials expect a church to do?  What…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, June 9th, 2019 – 9am

Heeding a Call to Reach Millennials “Top 10 Church Faux Pas That Turn Off Millennials”.  “5 Things Millennials are Looking for in a Church.”  “Why Millennials are Really Leaving Religion (It’s Not Just Politics, Folks)”.  These are real headlines for real articles that Christian pastors are really reading.  So, let’s ask… How does the church…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 – 9am

Conversation with the Author of “The Shack” Modalism, Potpouri (and more) The runaway bestseller “The Shack” is emotionally tugging, easy to connect with personally, and wrestles with questions all people grapple with, at least sometimes.  Through the use of a simple plot, with simple characters, the author attempts to reveal his answers to compelling and…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, May 26th, 2019 – 9am

Conversation with the Author of “The Shack” Christ, Universalism (and more) In the acknowledgements, in the back of the novel titled “The Shack”, the author says that the book shows “the ways in which God works.”  The back pages of the book say that it offers “a magnificent glimpse into the nature of God.”  It…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, May 19th, 2019 – 9am

Conversation with the Author of “The Shack” Religion & Law (and more) “The Shack” is a movie that raked in tens of millions of dollars at the box office.  Before that, “The Shack” was a book that topped the best-seller lists… now with well over 20 million copies in print.  “The Shack” has sold more…read more »

Program Air Date: Sunday, May 12th, 2019 – 9am

Conversation with the Author of “The Shack” The Nature of God (and more) Over the past dozen years there’s been a fight in the Christian church.  This fight has not been merely along typical denominational lines, but has been more of a civil war kind of fight.  Evangelical versus evangelical.  Professing conservative Christian versus professing…read more »