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.
Drew, Jim and Ryan reflect on Mr. Trump's victory, talk about the next four years, and share what they've learned through the 2016 election cycle.
Jim asks Paul, Steve and Ryan to reflect on the biblical concept of marriage.
Jim asks Drew, Morgan and Sharon to help us understand what the Bible teaches about singleness.
Drew, Jim, Scot and Sharon help us understand sexuality as a God-given gift with purpose, limitations, and (gasp!)pleasure.
Jim asks Morgan, Ryan and newcomer Kelsey Speer to help us understand the concept of biblical womanhood.
Morgan asks Jim, Ryan and newcomer Kelsey Speer to help us understand the concept of biblical manhood.
Jim drags Drew and Ryan back into the studio and forces them to answer the question, "Who should we vote for?" They still don't answer, but attempt to be helpful anyway.
Drew chats with Jim and Ryan about issues we should consider as followers of Jesus who are also citizens of a democratic republic. How should we view politics, and in what ways should we engage? Listen, think it over, and let us know what you think.
Ryan asks Jill Prather, Rebecca Eastham and Amanda Butler about the temptation to idolize our jobs and ways we can maintain a Christ-centered focus at work.
Jim talks with Rande Butler, Kali Skar and Morgan Weece about the struggles and temptations associated with loving Jesus more than our families.
Steve chats with the guys on a very relevant topic based on a lecture given by Miroslav Volf. As always, we would love to hear your questions and feedback.
Ryan chats with Jim, Morgan and Drew about the biblical definition of forgiveness, how it works, and where we struggle with it most.
Steve chats with Drew, Jim & Morgan to ask why, as Arminians, we love Calvinist preachers, teachers and authors so much.
Jim, Drew and Ryan sit down with Dr. Mark Scott, Professor of Preaching and New Testament at Ozark Christian College, and discuss why we should spend more time in the gospels, some of the specifics of Matthew's account, and how to get the most out of long preaching series.
The guys head up to Ozark Christian College and sit down with Professor Michael DeFazio to discus the very unique natures of Christ. How is he simultaneously fully God and fully man? How should we think about this very core doctrine? Does the hypostatic union need to be discussed in the church more than it is?