In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss declining church membership, the Suez Canal, Pfizer’s vaccine for children, the fourth wave of coronavirus, abortion legislature in Kentucky, Kanakuk Kamps, and Opening Day. Lindsay gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including Jason Thacker with “Why reading books you disagree with helps you grow,” Emily Richards with “Why building connection and trust is vital for vulnerable children: The gospel in Show Hope’s Pre+Post Adoption Support,” and Adrian Warnock with “10 things you should know about the Resurrection.” Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Casey Hough for a conversation about life and ministry.
Casey serves as the Lead Pastor of Copperfield Church in Houston, Texas. Casey actively writes for various evangelical outlets, serving primarily as an Associate Research Fellow and Religious Liberty Channel Editor for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He is a fellow in the St. Peter Fellowship of the Center for Pastor Theologians. In addition to his role at Copperfield, Casey serves as an Assistant Professor of Biblical Interpretation at Luther Rice College and Seminary. In the past, Casey has taught Old Testament, New Testament, Comparative Religions, and Philosophy at a regional junior college in Arkansas. Casey and his wife, Hannah, have three sons and two daughters. You can connect with him on Twitter: @caseybhough or his website. You can subscribe to his newsletter here.
- Jason Thacker with Why reading books you disagree with helps you grow
- Emily Richards with Why building connection and trust is vital for vulnerable children: The gospel in Show Hope’s Pre+Post Adoption Support
- Adrian Warnock with 10 Things You Should Know about the Resurrection
- Church members are minority in U.S. for first time, Gallup says
- With the Suez Canal Unblocked, the World’s Commerce Resumes Its Course
- Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is 100% effective in children ages 12-15
- The fourth wave is here
- Legislature passes constitutional amendment declaring no right to abortion in KY
- Kanakuk Kamps Abuse Reexamined In New Report
- America’s pastime returns
- Lindsay: Chosen: Season 2
- Josh: American Culture Is Broken. Is Theonomy the Answer?
- Brent: Dolly Parton Comic Book unveiled!
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