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 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.
Ryan Vincent asks Justin Ebert, Mac Johnson, and Jim Johnson to clarify some things about death, resurrection, and heaven.
Justin asks five new guests to share their thoughts on the roles of men and women in church and at home.
Following our critique of Sunnybrook, Justin asks Drew and Ryan what concerns them about the "attractional" church model, as well as what we can learn from it.
Jim talks to Paul, Scot and Drew about the difficulties that come with a discipleship-driven church model.
In light of recent concerns with a few prominent ministers in the US, Justin asks Jim, Drew, and Ryan what would happen if a leader at Sunnybrook failed.
Jim asks Paul and Scot how we should pray about how God wants us to steward our money.
Jim chats with Fr. Brian O'Brien (St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church)about whether or not we should spend millions of dollars on church buildings.
Jim, Justin, and Ryan break down 1 John 4.7–21 and ask the question, "Who must I love?"
Jim talks to Justin, Morgan and Ryan about sexual immorality in the Church.