Friday, May 30, 2014

Using Youtube for Spiritual Health (Three Videos)

The internet is an awesome thing.  In one way it can be a terrible distraction, an open flood gate to temptation, sin, pornography, and addiction.  Used for the edification of the Christian disciples growing in faith, it can be used for constant encouragement, growth, edification, teaching, networking, evangelism and the building up of the disciple. 

As much as I enjoy reading books, I don't always have the patience for it.  Youtube is an awesome free resource to get some quality teaching in during the course of a day.

So I thought I would share three videos, some things I've been watching lately in three different areas of edification, learning, and instructing.  And watch the Twitter feed on the right menu of the blog, videos I'm watching that have been helpful I'll often post to the twitter feed, definitely watch for those!

1. The first video presentation is a straight apologetics presentation by one of my favorite apologists Frank Turek.  It's called "I don't have enough faith to be an atheist."  It's highly instructive regarding the best arguments for the existence of God, and the use of logic.

2. This video is just a straight sermon by Mark Driscoll at John Piper's conference "Desiring God." (2008)  The message is titled: How Sharp the Edge? Christ, Controversy, and Cutting Words.

3. The third and final video is a presentation by Ravi Zacharias, a teaching to Christians, for Christians with an apologetic flavor to it.  The message is called "Raised to Run."

Related Links:
Five Video Presentations by Ravi Zacharias on Christian Philosophy
12 YouTube Sermons by Mark Driscoll on Jesus Christ
Five Passionate Powerful Youtube Sermons