In this talk Cody Walkup talks about our freedom to openly share the gospel with people that we meet and whom we have conversations with. Also he addresses some of the freedoms that we have in talking with each other and our freedom from our desire for attention, pride, and ourselves.
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During this life training Cody Walkup talks about our freedom from the love of money. He unpacks this with the thought of "We are freed up to give generously when we trust the provision of God over the security money offers". He breaks down what it means to live freely in the security that God provides for his children and what it looks like to use and spend money with a serving and giving heart.
In this talk Jared Wass talks about work and what it means to job search and find a job in which we can glorify God. He talks about this by comparing how the world views work to how christians should view work. He unravels this topic by talking about how work is a necessary good, that all work is significant, and we all work from approval instead of working for approval. Jared than ends the talk by asking the question: What drives me to do what I do? Fear? or approval?
In this talk, Larry Martini discusses why its so hard to listen and obey the will of God. He talks about 5 things in society and our lives that should be used and can help us to see God’s plan for our life and to than follow with a joyful and wiling heart.
In the first life training talk of the summer, Reid Jilek unpacks what culture and Christianity has to say about free time and busyness in our daily lives. After talking about these two views on free time Reid moves on to discuss how to best use the time that we do have to rest in the truth of the gospel.
This life training was given by Reid Jilek concerning the role that the church plays in the life of a Christian. He starts off the talk by stating “the church will be your primary source of growth for the rest of your life”. For the rest of the talk Reid explains his thoughts on the church and being apart of the church as well as the biblical foundations for being tied into and involved with the church.