Are we brave enought to stand up for the truth regardless of the consequences?

2nd December 2017
Chalke Talk 5: Here I stand, I can do no other

Luther was extraordinarily brave.  Despite risking death, he had the courage of his convictions to speak out about the things that really mattered to him.  Throughout history, many Christians have found the strength to do the same.

Here I stand, I can do no other from Open Church network on Vimeo.

In week 5 of Chalke Talk, Steve asks challenging questions around whether we have the same courage today.  He recounts tales of church leaders who live in fear of saying what they really think, knowing the consequences to be high. 

But the question won’t go away. What do you think is worth standing up for?

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