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Radical? Session 7 – Are you Radical? – A Call to Arms

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This is the seventh and last session in the series, “Are you Radical?” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in November 2017. Jon Paul Witt, the founder of Dignity is speaking.


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Radical – Session 7 – Are you a Radical?


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Radical – Session 7 – Are you a Radical? Distribution Version


Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.

Radical? Session 6 – Radically Tested, Abraham and Isaac

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This is the sixth session in the series, “Radical? Radically Tested” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in November 2017. Jon Paul Witt, the founder of Dignity is speaking.


You can stream here:


The Powerpoint file used for this talk can also be downloaded here:

Radical – Session 6 – Radically Tested – Abraham and Isaac Distribution Version


Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:
Radical? Session 1, Radical Resilience
Radical? Session 2: Becoming Radical, Cain and Abel
Radical? Session 3 is being prepared for publication
Radical?Session 4: A radical in waiting, Sarah
Radical? Session 5: A radical messenger, Moses
Other Publications by Dignity

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.

Radical? Session 5 – A Radical Messenger – Moses

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This is the fifth session in the series, “Radical? A Radical Messenger” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in October 2017. This session features a guest speaker to Dignity Ben Frampton. Ben with his wife Cat are the leaders of Foundations Zambia, who seek to bring discipleship, farming and life skills to people in rural Zambia.


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The Powerpoint file used for this talk can also be downloaded here:

Radical – Moses


Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:
Radical? Session 1, Radical Resilience
Radical? Session 2: Becoming Radical, Cain and Abel
Radical? Session 3 is being prepared for publication
Radical?Session 4: A radical in waiting, Sarah
Radical? Session 6: Radically tested, Abraham and Isaac
Other Publications by Dignity

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.

Radical? Session 4 – A Radical in Waiting – Sarah

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This is the fourth session in the series, “Radical? A Radical in Waiting” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in October 2017. This session features a guest speaker to Dignity Alan De Wet, who is a teacher, farmer and engineeer who lives in Mkushi, Zambia.


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The Powerpoint file used for this talk can also be downloaded here:

Radical Faith Waiting


Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:
Radical? Session 1, Radical Resilience
Radical? Session 2: Becoming Radical, Cain and Abel
Radical? Session 3 is being prepared for publication
Radical? Session 5: A radical messenger, Moses
Radical? Session 6: Radically tested, Abraham and Isaac
Other Publications by Dignity

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.

Radical? Session 2 – Becoming Radical – Cain, Abel and Enoch

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This is the second session in the series, “Radical? Becoming Radical: A look at Cain, Abel and Enoch” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in October 2017.


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The Powerpoint file used for this talk can also be downloaded here:

Radical – Session 2 – Becoming Radical – Distribution Version


Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:
Radical? Session 1, Radical Resilience
Radical? Session 3 is being prepared for publication
Radical?Session 4: A radical in waiting, Sarah
Radical? Session 5: A radical messenger, Moses
Radical? Session 6: Radically tested, Abraham and Isaac
Other Publications by Dignity

 

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.
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Radical? Session 1 – Radical Resiliance

Radical? Series Moniker

Radical. A life tending to produce extreme or fundamental changes in political, economic or social conditions within institutions, habits of mind or society.”

Inspired by actions during the Arab Spring of an unknown individual who individually faced down scores of riot police inspiring hope and freedom, Radical? is a series that examines what it means to have faith, trust, conviction in God and how this results in change for our world.

Using ancient and current examples of genuine people who encounter different situations, we can learn lessons on how to walk with God radically in all areas of our life.

Do you have the faith, trust and courage to be a Radical?

This session is the introductory session, “Radical? A Resiliant Faith” and was recorded at South Church, Mkushi, Zambia in September 2017.


You can stream here:


The Powerpoint file used for this talk can also be downloaded here:

Radical – Session 1 – Radical Resiliance

Other sessions in the Radical? Series can be found here:
Radical? Session 2: Becoming Radical, Cain and Abel
Radical? Session 3 is being prepared for publication
Radical?Session 4: A radical in waiting, Sarah
Radical? Session 5: A radical messenger, Moses
Radical? Session 6: Radically tested, Abraham and Isaac
Other Publications by Dignity

We’ve decided not to put a paywall in place for this material. We hope you appreciate that. If you have enjoyed it, please consider signing up for our newsletters and also donating £2 (or equivalent) to the work of Dignity. We will use this money to support villagers and those in rural communties. This can be done via the ‘Giving Box’ on the right.