Pursuing What Really Matters: Suffering for a Purpose, Part 2

From Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2009

Brian Wilson, College Pastor at Whittier Hills Baptist Church, concludes the "Pursuing What Really Matters" series with a message titled "Suffering for a Purpose." He begins with the question "how are Christians to respond as they witness opposition and hostility to the message of the Gospel?" and speaks from Philippians 1:27-30 where Paul provides answers to these question. Brian Wilson explains that Paul is all about the Gospel to the extent that he uses his circumstances and chains as an opportunity to advance the Gospel message and his suffering as an encouragement to others to speak the Word more courageously and more fearlessly. Brian Wilson challenges the Biola community to step out of their comfort zone and to live a life that is not of this world, but one spent for the Gospel of Jesus.

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