Walk Thru Voices

Empathy and a Pandemic

Are you longing for the day when we can go back to church to worship and fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ? Have you missed the gathering together of the body of Christ during this pandemic? In this edition of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin talks about the pandemic and what it teaches us about empathy and compassion for those who are persecuted for their faith; those who have to worship in the shadows; those who have to celebrate the Lord and sing to Him in whispers; those who may never experience what we are longing for.

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Choosing Thankfulness

On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through 1 Corinthians to see how Paul responds to the church in Corinth, a church who was engaging in a multitude of troubling, sinful behaviors. And yet, Paul still begins his letter to the Corinthians by thanking God for them—and we can follow his example.

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This Election Season, Find Unity in the Gospel

As we're coming off another election day, Phil Tuttle takes us through Romans 1 to learn what Paul has to say about the church's relationship with government, coping with differing opinions, and finding true unity through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Living with Urgency

Do you ever read about the early church in Acts and wonder, "Why doesn't my Christian walk look anything like theirs? How did they live with so much boldness when my life feels so safe?" On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin talks about the power of living with urgency.

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