National Reflections

How to think biblically in times of political chaos.

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I. Naming some concerns

II. We proclaim God's truth

III. We humble ourselves before God and others

IV. We make disciples

V. How do we respond?


John Ortberg is pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California.

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John Wecks

April 24, 2017  4:06pm

Pastor Ortberg's message comes out of the crucible of the burden of shepherding a diverse group of people. His words show pastoral and biblical sensitivity. The Bible has much more to say that would have improved this sermon, such as unpacking the idea behind the sin of "selfish ambition" as it relates to Christians dabbling in political matters. I am thankful that John Ortberg has courageously addressed these turbulent times.

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