Summary: Consider This Question is a podcast that explores various topics from the perspectives of the ministry staff at Sunnybrook Christian Church in Stillwater, Oklahoma. We hope these episodes can provide something of an invitation to our people into some of the behind-the-scenes conversations where transparency, humor and theology intersect.
Jim asks Mac, Scot, and Justin to evaluate Sunnybrook against the church we discover in the book of Acts.
Jim talks with Rande Butler, Debbie Ebert, and Steve Broadway about God's justification in their lives.
Justin asks Scot, Ryan and Jim to explain how to tell if the Holy Spirit is active in our lives.
Jim, Jake, Drew, and Mac discuss the gospel and how we should concern ourselves with its accessibility.
Drew Moss asks Steve Broadway & Eli Stewart what goes through their minds when selecting songs for worship services at Sunnybrook Christian Church.
Jim asks Justin, Mac, and Ryan why the incarnation is such a big deal.
What happens when your understanding of the Bible is suddenly challenged? Drew shares about his recent study through the flood narrative in Genesis.
Zane surprises Drew Henderson, Paul Weece, and Drew Moss with three questions about speaking boldly.
(Part 2) Jim asks Justin, Ryan, and Mac to talk through why differences between various faith systems matter to claims of exclusivity.
Jim asks Justin, Ryan, and Mac to talk through why similarities between various faith systems matters to claims of exclusivity.
Jim asks Drew and Ryan, "Are denominations a good thing?"
Jim asks Ryan, Drew, and Justin to help us understand our emphasis on baptism and why we are having a big baptism event.
Justin asks Ryan, Mac, and Jim to talk about how we can know if we're hearing the voice of the Spirit.
Mac asks Drew, Jim, and Ryan to weigh in on the value of religious symbols. Dan Brown was unavailable for comment.
Jim asks Mac, Justin, and Drew about the theological reasons behind some upcoming changes in the Sunday morning services at Sunnybrook Christian Church.