What does it look like to date as a Christian? Should we ask God what He thinks about our relationships? Are there things in our lives that we should take care of before getting involved in a relationship? To conclude our series, UNC Chi Alpha Campus Pastor, Tyler Brotton, looks at some of these questions and shares from his own journey in dating.
Is there "the one"? How do we navigate our dating relationships to best prepare ourselves for a potential marriage to the person we are with? UNC Chi Alpha Director, Joe Newell, continues our Love Handles series. (Note: the audio is lower quality. We hope to correct this in future episodes.)
Kicking off a new series, UNC Chi Alpha Campus Pastor, Emily Shuman, shares openly and honestly about her own journey being single. But is being single bad? Can Jesus take the longings of our hearts and do something with them? Emily explores these questions by looking at the words of Jesus in Matthew 6. (Note: The song Emily mentions at the end is Audrey Assad's "I Shall Not Want")
Is it easy to obey God? What if God gave a little help to follow Him? The good news is God has given help by giving us His Spirit. UNC Chi Alpha Campus Pastor, Tyler Brotton, wraps up our "Navigations" series by exploring what it looks like to walk in obedience with God's Spirit.
Have you ever struggled with God's silence on a pressing matter? What about when you feel like you're waiting on God's answer over a prayer that you've been praying for a long time? UNC Chi Alpha Director, Joe Newell, walks us through how to respond to God's silence and waiting in our "Navigations" series.
Does God really care where we eat for dinner? What about the decisions that have bigger consequences for our lives? Chi Alpha at UNC Campus Pastor, Brooke Collins, continues our "Navigations" series by looking at ways we can listen to God when it comes to making decisions. (Question and Answer at the end of the recording.)
Campus pastor, Seth Collins, addresses the elephant in the room: technology, specifically using mobile devices. He shares how technology works back on us and describes how technology distracts us from what matters, hinders our contentment, and makes our lives into public spectacles. He offers the disciplines of solitude and silence as a way forward.