Queer Theory on the Rise

27 Nov 2018 | Olof Edsinger

The last years have seen the rise of a new ideology in the West. It has sometimes been described as transgenderism, and sometimes as queer theory. It differs from previous movements in that it doesn’t specifically push for either sexual promiscuity or “gay rights”. Rather, it is an attack on the whole concept of a fixed sexual identity. Queer theory involves a critique of all that used to be labelled “normal” when it comes to sexuality and gender, and it has crowned the transsexual community as the heroes of our time. How should this way of thinking be understood?

Leadership and the Art of Communication

21 May 2017 | Duane Elmer

Interpersonal communication takes up most of your daily activities. The quality of our relationships and our effectiveness as leaders are often dependent on our ability to communicate with one another. In this talk we will examine the art of communication as a leader and how our personalities influence how we are perceived.

Revolution: How Can Christians Survive the Sexual Freedom Narrative?

20 May 2018 | Glynn Harrison

Feeling persecuted and under siege, Christians often react defensively or negatively. But what if the sexual revolution has something to teach us? And what if we began our critique of the revolution in terms of its failed promises rather than our moral rules? In this talk we explore what this new apologetic platform begins to look like.

What are some of the cultural obstacles to the Gospel in France?

22 May 2017 | David Brown

David Brown, Chairman, The Evangelism Commission, French National Council of Evangelicals, answers the question "What are some of the cultural obstacles to the Gospel in France?" related to his talk "Why Has the Evangelical Church in France Grown by 1,000%?" given at the 2017 European Leadership Forum.

What is the basis in Genesis for Christian fellowship?

23 May 2017 | Tina Tschage

Tina Tschage, Author and Speaker, answers the question "What is the basis in Genesis for Christian fellowship?" related to her talk "It's Not Good to Be Alone: Sharing Life in Christian Community" given at the 2017 European Leadership Forum.

The Amazing Power of History to Make a Difference

21 May 2018 | Daryl McCarthy

This interview showcases three Christian leaders who have effectively used history to communicate with believers and unbelievers alike and encourages us to learn the history of Christianity in our country or region and find ways to effectively tell that story today.

The Impact of the Reformation on the Eastern World

20 May 2018 | Driton Krasniqi

In Eastern Europe, Protestant Reformers faced opposition not only from the established Roman Catholic Church, but also from Eastern Orthodoxy and the Islamic Ottoman Empire. In this talk, Driton Krasniqi gives examples of how Reformation theology took hold and what impact it had on different countries across Eastern Europe.

What is spiritual perseverance?

21 May 2017 | Ann Blaser

Ann Blaser, Retired Area Advisor, Bible Study Fellowship International, answers the question "What is spiritual perseverance?" related to her talk "The Making of a Leader: Leadership of a Man after God's Own Heart" given at the 2017 European Leadership Forum.