7 Sermons on a Christian’s Response to Influence the Culture

7 Sermons on a Christian’s Response to Influence the Culture July 26, 2018

7 Sermons on a Christian's Response to Influence the Culture

7 Sermons on a Christian’s Response to Influence the Culture

Below are links to seven sermons on a Christian’s response to influence the culture, in a series on “Counter Culture Christianity.” The sermon series was inspired by the book Counter Culture Christianity, by David Platt. Using a variety of texts from both the Old and New Testaments, the series explores a Christian’s response to a variety of issues. These include culture (Matthew 5:13-16), poverty (Deuteronomy 15a:7-11), children (Proverbs 24:10-12), religious liberty (Matthew 22:15-22), sexual morality (1 Corinthians 6:12-20), marriage (Matthew 19:1-12), and multiculturalism (Revelation 7:9-17).

A Christian’s Response to Culture

A Christian’s Response to the Culture, a sermon from Matthew 5:13-16, addresses six different ways to influence the culture.

A Christian’s Response to Poverty

A Christian’s Response to Poverty, a sermon from Deuteronomy 15:7-11, addresses a Christian’s response to poverty.

A Christian’s Response to Children

A Christian’s Response to Children, a sermon from Proverbs 24:10-12, shares the five ways that a Christian can respond to children.

A Christian’s Response to Religious Liberty

A Christian’s Response to Religious Liberty, a sermon from Matthew 22:15-22, explores the importance of religious liberty.

A Christian’s Response to Sexual Morality

A Christian’s Response to Sexual Morality, a sermon from 1 Corinthians 6:12-20, explores seven truths about Christian sexual morality.

A Christian’s Response to Marriage

A Christian’s Response to Marriage, a sermon from Matthew 19:1-12, shares the five truths of Christian marriage as well as the five truths from Jesus about marriage.

A Christian’s Response to Multiculturalism, Race, and Ethnicity

A Christian’s Response to Multiculturalism, Race, and Ethnicity, a sermon from Revelation 7:9-17, explores the contrast between worldly unity and unity that come from God.

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