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The One Good Reason to Be a Christian

People believe things for many reasons. Yet which of these are good reasons? Sean shares the one good reason based on his interaction with a group of students.

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Interview With A Former Skeptic: 3 Important Lessons

What big questions keep skeptics from belief? What helpful things can Christians do for skeptics along their journey? Sean briefly interviews a former skeptic.

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Is the God of the Old Testament Different than the God of the New Testament?

Is the God of the Old Testament angry? Is the New Testament God one of love? How can these two seeming differences be reconciled?

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How Do We Help Kids Who Have Left the Faith?

What is the best way to help students who have abandoned their faith? Sean addresses this issue from both his research and experience working with students.

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Am I Good Enough to Go to Heaven?

Will God allow me into heaven? Have I lived a good enough life? Sean briefly answers these questions from the life and teachings of Jesus.

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5 Misconceptions about the Bible

What are the most common misconceptions people have about the Bible? From his research and experience, Sean addresses five of the most common myths.

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Are Teens Crazy? Insights from Neuroscience say “No”

How can neuroscience help youth workers? How does neuroscience intersect with the Christian worldview. Sean interviews the Clarks about their new book.

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I'm Turning 40 Today. Can You Help Me Build a Well?

Today is my 40th birthday and I want to do something a little different to mark my transition into "middle age." Would you consider helping me build a well?

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Are Christians Narrow-minded? 2 Minute Video Response.

Is it narrow minded to believe you are right? Are Christians uniquely narrow-minded? Sean briefly responses to the challenges and more.

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Epic Failure: My Biggest Evangelism Mistake

Have you ever made a big evangelism mistake that you regret? Sean shares a personal experience of failure and a key lesson that emerges from it.