Just Gospel – Garrett Kell on How Should Churches Equip Members to Think Christianly in Politics

This is one of the talks that Garrett Kell gave at the Just Gospel conference that took place recently at Del Rey Baptist. This talk is about how churches should equip their members on how to think about politics in a Christ honoring way.  

“Useful servants are satisfied when no one applauds them, as long as everyone applauds Jesus.”

Garrett Kell in sermon quotes.

For God saved us and called us to live a holy life. He did this, not because we deserved it, but because that was his plan from before the beginning of time—to show us his grace through Christ Jesus.

2 Timothy 1:9 NLT

Del Rey Baptist

This is Garrett Kell’s talk at the Just Gospel conference at Del Rey Baptist. This blog did a summary of this event the other day in, “Politics and the Evangelical Church in 2020. A Look at the Just Gospel Conference at Del Rey Baptist From March 5 – 7, 2020.”  Garrett’s talk is about  “How Should Churches Equip Members to Think Christianly in Politics.” I listened to part of this earlier and will listen to some of the other talks that were given. If you have some time this is something to listen to  especially if you think the evangelical church is too political. One other recommendation at about 8:48 in the video Thabiti Anyabwile talks about how Garrett uses video clips on Twitter to teach about faith. I notice those as well. Following Garrett’s account can teach you a quite a bit. Its one of the accounts that I read and follow. 

2 thoughts on “Just Gospel – Garrett Kell on How Should Churches Equip Members to Think Christianly in Politics

  1. My church basically doesn’t talk about politics. We simply study Scripture, praise with our singing and do a lot of encouraging. It’s a “white collar” type church in a relatively conservative part of the country.

    We don’t do politics.

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    • Then one day Politics will blindside you and leave you wondering “WhaHappen’d”?

      “First they came for the Jews, but that was Political and we don’t get involved in Politics…”

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