Navigating the false choices in today’s highly partisan environment

Tonight’s guest is well-versed in the false dichotomies between the political right and left – the lie that we must choose one side at the expense of the other when addressing issues like the rights of the unborn and the rights of women, domestic job security and immigration, and systematic racism and supporting our servicemen.  He points out that Christians have allowed themselves to be divided by the ideologies of men instead of uniting under the banner of being made in the image of God.

Moses Lee is an ordained minister who works as the Director of OneU DC, the college ministry of Redeemer Church of Arlington, focused on serving the students at American University.  Moses joins us to talk about the origin of these false choices, what we can do to take away their power, and what he has learned working to serve and share the gospel with college students. 


Building relationships before discussing divisive issues.

A challenge for Asian Americans to study civil rights history.

Get to know the people you are told to fear.


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For more information: OneU DC Website; OneU American University Website               


Opening music by Chris Tomlin, Your Grace Is Enough