Servecast Dr. William Lamb invites students, educators, and community advocates to Studio 22 to explore ways individuals and communities can be agents of change for good.

Following his debut in Lee University chapel, Noel Castellanos returns to Servecast and challenges Christians to move beyond the practice of faith as privatized piety. In this episode, Noel and William discuss the language used in the immigration debate, and Noel calls followers of Jesus to wrestle with the social implications of the Gospel.

This episode was recorded on November 28, 2017.

To join the conversation, email questions and comments to servecast22@gmail.com.

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Modern day human trafficking statistics are staggering. The World Health Organization believes this 150 billion dollar industry enslaves 45 million people worldwide. Despite the magnitude of this pandemic, Jerry Redman and his team at Second Life believe that, together, we can eradicate this assault on human dignity. In conversation with William, Jerry calls for leaders to engage this issue, speaks to how his faith connects to this fight, and shares stories of hope in which ordinary people mobilize to rescue victims of human trafficking. 

If you believe you have witnessed an instance of human trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888. For local Servecast listeners living in Tennessee, you can also call 855-558-6484 to reach the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

To join in on this conversation or others, email questions and comments to servecast22@gmail.com.

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In the second part of Servecast Live 2017, Chris Absher, Chelsa Flanary, and D'Metri Mattocks join Dr. Cross and William to address questions about the nature of the Church's presence in the world. Together, they discuss their hope for the Church in the world answering questions about the relationship between relevance and faithfulness. Dr. Cross urges listeners to remain faithful to the Church, which is the global Body of Christ, and the panelists reiterate this by encouraging individuals to locate themselves within Christian community. 

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Christians accept a false dichotomy when they believe they must choose between truth and love. This causes compromise in their approach to politics.  Justin Giboney, politician and co-founder of the AND Campaign, joins William to discuss faithful Christian engagment. Christians must have a public presence, and this presence should be marked by the compassion and conviction of Jesus Christ.

Check out Justin's 2016 Christianity Today article.

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