The clash of values between the church and culture is clear. This is because our culture has become secularized, and we’re losing a shared moral reference point. Often there’s fear and uncertainty inside the church. And those outside the church are often distrustful of Christians. Many Christians are uncertain about how to live life in a culture that is increasingly hostile to biblical ethics. Here’s the bottom line, Christians believe that Jesus is Lord of all of life and that he is redeeming every part of his creation. That’s why CPC is hosting Christianity and Culture Conferences across the state. The goal is to help the church to live in a way that’s a blessing to the community. And by the way, seekers are welcome to join us. The next conference will be in Bowling Green on September 10th. To register, go to www.commonwealthpolicy.org.