https://youtu.be/joKm4qh6uQE Transcript: Welcome back to another episode of A Clear Lens podcast, my name is Nate Sala and you're listening to “Day by Day” by Citizens. For more excellent music from this awesome band, go to wearecitizens.net. I was having a conversation...
On this episode: Nate explains why relationship is not less important than conversion (:29) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (8:32) Worldview Analysis: The Outsider by Stephen King (9:55) How Should We Respond to Non-Believers on Social Media? (20:26) Sign up for our unique newsletter...
In his book Anything but Invisible, Christian author and pastor Nate Collins argues that most in the Western world do not have a worldview. Instead, he argues, most have a "social imaginary," more like a story of how the...
Using three questions that Jesus asked for more fruitful spiritual conversations.
Father’s Day was a few days ago and I was fortunate to spend it with my father in-law, Lou. Stereotypical stigma aside, he’s a great guy and we have a great relationship. We have a lot of things in...
In a recent study by Barna, a plurality of nonbelievers reported negative feelings after encountering a Christian sharing their faith. It's not hard for us to see why. We're in a stage of public discourse that feeds on anger...
Edna showed me that relationships ought to be of first priority. When we heartfully and honestly treat people as…well…people, we discover the God who loved us enough to put us first.
On this episode: Nate talks about the power of telling stories (:19) Nate welcomes public evangelist & author Dr. Sam Chan (10:29) Evangelism in a Skeptical World (11:39) Sign up for our unique newsletter that contains material only for subscribers at (www.clearlens.org)! Also, if...
On this episode: Nate talks about being nearsighted and how it relates to our conversations about Christ (:18) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (9:29) Important plugs (12:25) Worldview Analysis: Ready Player One (13:00) Shane Claiborne, Jerry Falwell Jr., and How to Talk to Folks...
On April 3rd, 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee and prophetically anticipated the end of his people’s struggle. He said, “I have seen the Promised Land. I may not get...

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