Many of us are familiar with the term ‘woke’. It’s also sometimes referred to as ‘wokeism’ or ‘wokery’. It’s easy to recognize, but much harder to define.
Some of the most invaluable education we receive in life will be informal. But are we abdicating the training of our children to strangers?
Are we all created equal? God gave us the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But is the culture war challenging those freedoms?
Is cancel culture eroding our freedoms? Surely there is something fundamentally wrong when society tells us to be offended by everything.
Is it time for a reset? Our lives have been vastly altered by Covid, but are we being represented by our government, or are we being ruled?
Is it time for a reset? When we think about things like COVID, the culture war or cancel culture, we get a healthy dose of realism. Dr Kameel Majdali from ‘Understanding the Times’ believes it has never been more important for us to build God’s kingdom. He wants to help us gain insight into what’s happening today, and also to have hope for tomorrow.
News headlines around COVID pandemic show distress of losing life and livelihoods. But what about the changing power balance in the world with the rise of an aggressive China and the threats of world war?
With so many lockdowns happening around the country, it’s easy to think that the work of the Church just stops. But in Australia at least, that has definitely not been the case.
After Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview, issues arose about tensions in the relationships within the royal family. In fact, it’s an object lesson of the culture war.
Would you prefer to watch a DVD copy of Kameel’s 2020 Understanding the Times talk? Hosted by Phil Edwards and includes the Q & A session.
You will discover: a bird’s eye view of Jerusalem’s fascinating history; How King David’s actions 3,000 years ago set the stage for what we are seeing today; and more.
Kameel shows you how to become a child of Issachar: how to understand the times so you can know what to do.
This book focuses on key nations, mostly in the Middle East, to give insight on the future.