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Who was Jesus?

There have been no shortage of opinions offered, books written, responses given to this question. Some worshiped Him as God. Others thought Him a criminal. Controversy followed Him throughout His life, and has continued 2,000 years after His death.

A few decades after the events of Jesus’ life on earth, a man named Luke wrote a detailed account for a friend–rediscovering Jesus. He asked questions of eyewitnesses, he listened to Jesus’ enemies, and worked hard to give an account of just who Jesus really was.

Luke was convinced Jesus had good news for us. Life changing news. Rest for the anxious. Healing for the broken. Freedom for the trapped. He wrote about Jesus, so that we could rediscover Jesus too.

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Special Guest - July 14, 2019

Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Special Guest - July 14, 2019

Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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Special Guest - July 14, 2019

Peter Cha - The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity

In this discussion, we explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University. QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so?

From Series: "The Gospel and Cultural Diversity"

The Gospel and Cultural Diversity ​In this discussion, we ​explore the implications of the gospel on cultural diversity and why it is important for the church to work towards it. Dr. Peter Cha is a professor from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has extensive experience in pastoral and multicultural ministry. In addition, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, his master’s at TEDS, and his PhD at Northwestern University.​ QUESTIONS FROM PETER: Within a 5-10mile radius from your church campus, what significant people groups dwell there? What new people groups have moved into this area? In what ways might your church be able to intentionally reach out and serve all people groups who dwell within this 5-10 mile radius mission field? What might be some of the costs and challenges when your campus invites and embraces all people groups who live within this 5-10 mile radius? What might be the benefits of doing so? Recorded July 14, 2019 Olathe Campus

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